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Workers remove a Douglas fir from a Hardie Street property Wednesday (Jan. 30), much to the disappointment of some neighbours. City officials confirmed the removal was done by the book, after rot was found at the tree
Workers remove a Douglas fir from a Hardie Street property Wednesday (Jan. 30), much to the disappointment of some neighbours. City officials confirmed the removal was done by the book, after rot was found at the tree's core.
— image credit: Sarah Massah photo
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