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TIME TO BRANCH OUT

Tree rebate features many species

(EDITOR’S NOTE: This is one in a series on the continuing effort to add trees to the community.)

Fall is a great time to get trees established and Tree Board President Charles Waknitz is encouraging local residents to get serious about adding to the number of local trees, replacing some of those that have been lost to drought, disease and age in recent years.
Waknitz said an inventory of local trees has shown that, while the community continues to have an enviable selection of shade trees, there is a very real need for that number to be added to ...


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