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90 dead and dying trees cut at Evergreen Park

January 24, 2013

Photo by Ted Lutz – New Growth Resources, Inc. of Kane donated equipment and manpower Thursday for the removal of about 90 dead and dying trees in Evergreen Park in Kane.

Concern has been expressed for years about the number of diseased trees in Evergreen Park in Kane.
The borough annually tried to remove one or two dead trees from the largest park in Kane. However, limited funds have kept the borough from undertaking a major project to remove diseased trees, which present a significant danger to park-users.

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