Charlotte Medlock, 91, looks at a newspaper story of her fighting to save the oak trees lining Interstate 5 by JBLM near Dupont in her Tacoma home on Thursday, Sept. 8. The 500 oak trees were planted in 1929 as a memorial to World War I veterans.
Charlotte Medlock, 91, looks at a newspaper story of her fighting to save the oak trees lining Interstate 5 by JBLM near Dupont in her Tacoma home on Thursday, Sept. 8. The 500 oak trees were planted in 1929 as a memorial to World War I veterans. Lui Kit Wong lwong@thenewstribune.com
Charlotte Medlock, 91, looks at a newspaper story of her fighting to save the oak trees lining Interstate 5 by JBLM near Dupont in her Tacoma home on Thursday, Sept. 8. The 500 oak trees were planted in 1929 as a memorial to World War I veterans. Lui Kit Wong lwong@thenewstribune.com

Tacoma woman fights to save oak trees planted for World War I veterans

September 12, 2016 02:54 PM

UPDATED September 22, 2016 11:27 AM

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