RIO BRAVO - Two redwood trees in the Rio Bravo area were cut down despite efforts to save them.
The Rio Bravo Homeowners Association decided to cut the 30-year-old tress down because of a problem with one homeowner's sewer system.
Homeowners expressed concerns and signed petitions asking the HOA to consider alternatives like moving the tank and saving the trees.
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