Author Topic: More drivel from Donna White  (Read 13 times)

Michael Caswell

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More drivel from Donna White
« on: May 04, 2021, 09:51:17 am »

Well! I'm lost for words! 

This woman is seriously lacking somewhere. Her extreme views on her Facebook page tell it all, but this little episode on the STCC site takes the  biscuit.

Donna!  Here's how it is. 
They cut the trees down, because FEMA, ASDSO, and DEC TOLD them to. 

Why? Because  - they cause embankment breaches (and floods). 

They are old and at end of life (Cottonwoods). They are shedding branches over pedestrian walks.

They prevent the NYPA from carrying out proper maintenance.
(You know, Donna - a 4' wide 150' tall Cottonwood is a problem for maintenance machinery, but I wouldn't expect you to understand that, seeing some of the other daft stuff you've posted over the years.)

They replaced the trees with a privacy barrier, and the lot of you are STILL bitching?   Good grief! 

Why don't you go and take up knitting or something more useful?

« Last Edit: May 06, 2021, 04:59:37 am by Michael Caswell »

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Doug K

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Re: More drivel from Donna White
« Reply #1 on: May 04, 2021, 11:11:16 am »
It's all part of their plan... to feign something called Embankment Dam Blindness.

Not once will you ever see a comment other than about "trees" from this group, like these below that are insinuating that the new trees are "just like the old ones".

Donna White, Elizabeth Agte and her Facebook group, continue to completely miss the statements made by the OWNERS of this Canal property, who say they actually repaired & rehabilitated a 100 year old earthen dam along the Erie Canal. It that can be found "under" those newly planted, barrier trees, you just need to look for it.

It's that grass covered embankment that is now safe, now covered with APPROVED vegetation, including these Juniper Evergreens and Red Osier Dogwood.

Of course you have to want to see it I guess... because the Stop the Canal Clear-cut group members don't and are still "blind" to the reason new trees are there.