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The under use probably is probably mostly related to the economy and lack of people in the direct area with money to burn, but for the long term, they need more trees that shade the sidewalks--it is just too damn hot to spend any time walking there. I believe the trees on Lincoln Road are one of the reasons it prospers (and they still need more trees there too). Trees make walking bearable in South Florida--no amount of building cover cools like trees do.

Perhaps, but the stretch of Hollywood Boulevard between the FEC tracks and Young Circle must possess, far and away, the most extensive tree canopy of any of South Florida's main streets. This is yet another thing that the city of Hollywood has done right. I applaud this piece as I often wonder how a city can do so much right in the public sector and not get the results in the private.

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