An ongoing redevelopment project in the city of Fukuoka has sparked outrage among some local residents and calls for the authorities to reconsider their decision to cut down fully grown ginkgo trees along Fukudai-dori avenue, one of the city’s main roads.
The Nishinippon Shimbun newspaper has received complaints from outraged residents who claim the local municipality’s plan to remove ginkgo trees near Nanakuma in Jonan Ward was pushed forward without their knowledge.
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