McKinleyville's To Be Tree 

An old outdoorsman fights to save the last of Central Avenue's heritage cypress trees

Aaron Libow has lived at the bottom of the dip in Central Avenue, north of the Highway 101 offramp, for most of the past 38 years. From his half-acre, he's watched the town's main bisector go from canopied-over country road to strip…

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