Not everyone in Dunwoody is excited about the opening of Phase I of Brook Run Park’s new multi-use trail on Saturday. Some oppose the loss of hundreds of 50-year-old trees, mainly hardwoods, in the park’s Urban Forest. Others mourn the loss of habitat for deer, coyotes, snakes, owls and hawks. Still others say the price is too high: $425,000 for a .7 mile long, 12-foot- wide concrete trail.
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