Harbor officials say while several trees were taken down on the greenbelt between U.S. 101 and the marina, some will remain. After trees were blown down in a recent storm, harbor officials consulted with tree professionals and it was determined that several were diseased, others were dead and one was being held upright by the roots of a neighboring tree. Deputy Harbor Master Lane Tavasci said the entire cost of the project came to $2,800 and was necessary for public safety.