After many months of debating this issue, the large eucalyptus tree in front of the Easton Branch Library has been removed. Burlingame residents love their trees and are proud of it’s designation  as a “TREE CITY USA”. There was a lot of resistence to removing this 100-foot tree. Unfortunately the tree’s roots had lifted the pavement on Easton Drive and made driving quite dangerous especially at night. The Easton Addition neighborhood in Burlingame is a much desired area to live in. Besides the may trees and the charming recently renovated library, residents enjoy that you can walk to the Broadway or Burlingame  Avenue restaurant and shopping area. Many of the school children in this neighborhood walk or bike to Franklin, Lincoln or Roosevelt Elementary School every morning. Now is a great time to purchase a home in this lovely neighborhood. 30% of all homes for sale in Burlingame are located here.

For more information about the town of Burlingame go to:

  http://www.burlingame.org

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