At the December 9, 2002 meeting of the City of Santa Monica’s Landmark Commission
it was unanimously decided to designate this awe inspiring Cedar tree (subject of the October
rally described below) a protected historic city Landmark, thereby saving it from the chainsaws of land
developers, and preserving it for future generations. In a city where much of the history
and natural environment has been lost to commercial development this was a big victory,
and a great acknowledgement by the ‘powers that be’ that at least some of Nature’s remaining
treasures deserve to be valued and their lives respected. All the public support, enlisting of media,
posting flyers, circulating petitions, mailings, etc, really paid off while demonstrating that people
sometimes can be heard, and make a difference.

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