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A centuries-old oak tree in San Mateo County in the path of a $4.6 billion water system upgrade will be preserved thanks to an agreement reached between neighbors, the county and the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission.
Menlo Park residents are negotiating with the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission to preserve the nearly 300-year-old oak tree, which stands in the way of an expensive water pipeline project.
The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission plans to take another look at how to build around a 300-year-old oak tree that stands in the way of a new water pipeline that will supply millions of households on the Peninsula.
The general manager of the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission requested a halt Wednesday to construction around a centuries-old valley oak tree in San Mateo County while the agency considers alternatives to cutting it down.
San Mateo County officials were meeting with representatives from the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission Tuesday to see if there’s a way to stop a nearly 300-year-old valley oak tree in North Fair Oaks from being chopped down.