City Manager Chops TreePosted on Saturday, November 12th, 2011 at 1:13am.
|Workers finish the job by working on the old tree's stump.|
This, despite MB's rigorous tree preservation ordinance?
Is it a coincidence that this work was done on Veterans' Day, when government offices and lots of services were closed?
Now, now, we're not going to assume this was done on the sly. There are reasons you can get approved to chop and replace a tree. If anyone has a way to get the permits, it's going to be the (sort of) boss of the town.
|2913 Pacific with the old tree in view.|
We'll take a further look at this next week.
Meantime, for a refresher, see our post from January on the nice deal the city manager got in purchasing 2913 Pacific for $1.080m, including a $65k allowance for renovations. (See "A Pricey Perk on Pacific.") He paid for half, we paid for half.
Those renovations apparently include tree removal. More soon.
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