El Cid, long considered one of the beautiful neighborhoods in West Palm Beach, is getting nearly $30,000 in new trees. Neighbors hope the makeover will restore El Cid to its 1920s glamor.
“Trees have been lost to storms and we just had a lot of old trees that died,” said Nancy Pullum, president of the El Cid Neighborhood Associations. “What we thought is that if we could do a major push we could really restore the beauty. There were really beautiful trees way back in the ’20s.”
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