Vaughan Mom Withdraws Bid to Have Trees Moved
The woman who was leading a crusade to have oak trees moved on the property of a Woodbridge school, is dropping her bid.
Donna Giustizia said she's been the target of cyber bullying after making the friendly request to the city of Vaughan.
At that time, she suggested that the acorns that fall from the tree could be a health risk to those who are allergic to tree nuts.
She never suggested the trees be cut down, but wanted to investigate moving them away from the playground area.
When Giustizia made the request, councilors were concerned about setting precedent, and asked staff to come back with a report.
Now that the request has been dropped, the report will be scrapped.
Giustizia is the chairwoman of the Allergy Awareness Committee at the school.