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Dead, Hazardous Trees in Parks to Be Removed From Washington's Parks

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Posted: Saturday, September 21, 2013 1:00 pm

More than 70 trees in the Washington parks system are slated for removal this fall and winter, according to Darren Dunkle, parks director.

Dunkle told the park board Tuesday night that the city’s new horticulturist/arborist, Josh Wargo, was tasked with identifying trees that are dead, diseased, dying or hazardous.

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