ANITA LEE/SUN HERALD 
 The former Gulf Regional Planning Commission office sits on one of Pass Road's few oak-shaded lots. The Gulfport City Council has agreed that property owner Dennis Barber can remove five trees for parking, including the two on each side of the walkway and two pictured nearest the adjoining business.
ANITA LEE/SUN HERALD The former Gulf Regional Planning Commission office sits on one of Pass Road's few oak-shaded lots. The Gulfport City Council has agreed that property owner Dennis Barber can remove five trees for parking, including the two on each side of the walkway and two pictured nearest the adjoining business.
ANITA LEE/SUN HERALD The former Gulf Regional Planning Commission office sits on one of Pass Road's few oak-shaded lots. The Gulfport City Council has agreed that property owner Dennis Barber can remove five trees for parking, including the two on each side of the walkway and two pictured nearest the adjoining business.

Five Live oaks on the chopping block, Gulfport council decides

December 08, 2015 03:54 PM