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Re: Royal Paulownia

In a message dated 03/28/2004 8:58:33 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
Zemuly@aol.com writes:

> Here, too.  I even suggested our county at least contact the state arborist 
> to find another solution.  They still do it.

Around here they don't do much preventive work on trees.  I see lots of dead 
and dying trees along power lines.  When I asked, I was told it was cheaper to 
repair the lines when they are knocked down after a storm than to do 
maintenance before hand.

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