LAFAYETTE, Calif. (KGO) -- Lafayette residents are pushing back against a PG&E plan to cut down nearly 300 trees in the name of gas pipeline safety.
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It's part of a larger effort statewide in the wake of the San Bruno explosion that killed eight people.
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Lafayette residents push back against PG&E tree removal
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