Trees decimated at Church Square Park
Tree-cutting city USA: Hoboken, NJ
Apparently, some city numb-nut made the declaration that certain trees in the park needed to be cut down. Maybe it had something to do with the fact they existed since the Russo administration?
Not sure if they had any qualifications, because those trees looked fine, had healthy leaves, and were home to dozens of squirrels! Some trees had minor imperfections and anomalies – but looking at the wood cuts – the trunks of the trees appeared to be in fantastic shape.
My guess is that something to do with (potential) legal liabilities. Wonder how the shade tree commission feels about this reckless landscaping?
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