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Ellinwood is going green

ELLINWOOD —The city of Ellinwood continues to go green with the planting of 15 blaze maple trees with the help of a $1500 donation from the Rotary Club.
City Administrator Robert Peter said that he would like to see 3-5 years of aggressive tree plantings to replace dead and dying trees. He would like to be proactive and see trees planted around the ball diamonds and parks.
Peter asked for input regarding placement of the trees. Some of the old trees had damaged sidewalks and streets. The council consensus was to not plant in the curb line.
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