Arlene Dukanauskas, resident of Legends Bay, stands in her neighbor’s backyard in front of the spot where, on the other side of the creek, was a “landmark” pine tree. On Oct. 17, Medallion Homes, Inc. bulldozers knocked down a sizeable chunk of a conservation area on Legends Bay land.
Arlene Dukanauskas, resident of Legends Bay, stands in her neighbor’s backyard in front of the spot where, on the other side of the creek, was a “landmark” pine tree. On Oct. 17, Medallion Homes, Inc. bulldozers knocked down a sizeable chunk of a conservation area on Legends Bay land. Hannah Morse Bradenton Herald
Arlene Dukanauskas, resident of Legends Bay, stands in her neighbor’s backyard in front of the spot where, on the other side of the creek, was a “landmark” pine tree. On Oct. 17, Medallion Homes, Inc. bulldozers knocked down a sizeable chunk of a conservation area on Legends Bay land. Hannah Morse Bradenton Herald

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