The city of Burlingame celebrated its 40th year of being a ‘Tree City USA’ at the annual Arbor Day event at Washington Park Tennis Courts. Five magnolia trees were planted to commemorate the day. Pictured are, from left to right, Cal Fire Forrester Greg Dion, Vice Mayor Emily Beach, Councilman Michael Brownrigg, Councilman Ricardo Ortiz, Burlingame Historical Society President Jennifer Pfaff, Mayor Donna Colson, Parks and Recreation Director Margaret Glomstad and Parks Superintendent/City Arborist Bob Disco.
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