For almost 300 years, before ORLANDO even had it's name this tree and the other massive old growth trees made this iconic green space part of why Thorton Park is so well loved.
Now it is threatened to be just another building. Commissioner Patty Sheehan has been trying to work with the family that has own the land that wants it to be "developed" but has fallen on deaf ears. With all the new construction in the area, green space is at a premium. Lake Eola will be like I-4 of parks giving all of us dog lovers only one option to walk our dogs or have an area to enjoy a beautiful afternoon.
CALL TO ACTION: WE CANNOT LET THIS HAPPEN! TELL THE CITY OF ORLANDO THAT WE WANT THIS PARK SAVED!!!
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