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Monday, June 14, 2010


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This option was discussed at last years public meeting. I order for the "living wall" to reduce noise as much as the proposed sound barrier they would have to plant trees damn near to my back door.

Tim Ferris

That's if you go along with what ODOT has told you. Trees, bushes, and lower, human-scale 6-foot masonry walls laid up by local craftsmen do a lot more than ODOT gives them credit for. They at ODOT offer simple solutions, solutions that are "either/or" instead of "both/and." We deserve far better than what ODOT brings to the table; we need custom, sustainable solutions in line with the rest of our built heritage here in Brooklyn Centre and Tremont.

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