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Once again Key Marco has used Ms. Ward as their scapegoat for doing what they want to do. They are really landscaping. Many native trees(i.e Oaks, palms, Gumbo Limbo) have been cut down or had the limbs trimmed in the Indian Mound and the Native Habitat areas. There are stumps to prove this. Also if they are only trying to rid the properties of exotic vegetation, why have they NOT removed all the Braizilian Perrer trees along the area by the gate that hide the Mangrove die-off?? They also have not removed any of the Australian Pines in the area behind their club house...only because these trees don't suit their purpose to beautify their property. You can give any spin you want, but it is landscaping. These areas are to be left as native habitat and they are violating the natural beauty that Key Marco has always been known for.
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