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Urban Forest Climate Resiliency Master Plan Public Forum #3 - Shared screen with speaker view
Erin Gallentine
01:25:00
Thank you for joining us tonight! If you would like to make a comment or ask a question please raise your hand so that I can unmute you.
Katie Weatherseed
01:39:22
Thanks, Indrani! Just wanted to share your message with the attendees, as well as our panelists! "The United States filed its intent to withdraw at the earliest possible date, on November 4, 2019. After the one-year period, on November 4, 2020, the U.S. formally withdrew from the Agreement, coincidentally on the day following the 2020 U.S. presidential election. Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_withdrawal_from_the_Paris_Agreement#:~:text=The%20United%20States%20filed%20its,the%202020%20U.S.%20presidential%20election."
Indrani Ghosh
01:42:50
Thanks Katie for sharing that!
Katie Weatherseed
01:59:36
Steve Burrington noted "I endorse following through on Kyle’s remarks concerning what it would take to enable more trees in business districts to attain greater size. Some of it applies to stretches of major streets (Washington, Harvard) where conditions are not as difficult as they are in business districts such as Coolidge Corner. Would love to see more trees the Town plants reach maturity." Thanks so much, Steve! We completely agree that we need to see as many trees as possible reach maturity, particularly in these business districts