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City to remove 20 unsafe trees
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Liz Gilland, an urban forester for the city of Camden, gave a presentation Tuesday night recapping the city's tree inventory. She said over the next couple months the city will be removing 20 decaying trees that are hazards to public safety. - photo by Trevor Baratko
A small turnout Tuesday night didn’t stop Liz Gilland from addressing an issue on the minds of many around Camden: trees. Gilland, the city of Camden’s recently hired urban forester, spoke during a public meeting about the potentially damaging effects of leaving decaying trees without attention. She said during the next couple of months, under her guidance, the city will be removing approximately 20 tree’s marked as potential liabilities for the city.