WTF.....really, those trees missing is a thing of beauty. That is all concrete, and no place for trees. The wrought iron fencing is a thing of beauty and the exposure of the fencing is about one of the coolest things to happen to the park since the disc golf course.
most of those "trees" were locust, and evasive plants that really harm the environment more than help it in terms of actual benefit to the ecosystem locally as well.
I think that you will find that you are in the minority on this idea that it was better to let them grow.
There have been ideas over the past 12 years for the reservoir, and I for one encourage more positive activity in the park, so anything that comes in should be viewed as a positive. I will gladly re-design the course to live along side with other positive activities within the park. In fact, I relish the chance to lose quite a few holes out there and come up with a new plan!
Don't take o-Fence
on this, but this is something that has been needed very badly. Drew did a lot of damage out there over the past few years, and his leaving made us feel that we had to continue to finish it.....but instead a local neighborhood action group took it upon themselves to move forward, and I feel it looks FREAKING FANTASTIC!