Season’s end

The maple tree in front of city hall is budgeted for removal as the city arborist has said it’s dying

  • Nov. 25, 2015 7:00 a.m.

Season’s end The maple tree in front of city hall is budgeted for removal as the city arborist has said it’s dying. Staff suspect its roots were damaged during construction.

The maple tree in front of city hall is budgeted for removal as the city arborist has said it’s dying. Staff suspect its roots were damaged during construction.

 

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