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Council to take another whack at a tree ordinance

Original post made by Andrea Gemmet on Nov 8, 2006

The Woodside Town Council is once again set to consider putting a tree-protection ordinance on the books, this time at the Tuesday, Nov. 14, meeting.

A subcommittee of council and Conservation and Environmental Health Committee members have been meeting to iron out a compromise after reaching a stalemate over details of the ordinance in June ... and stalemating again in July.

It appears that a compromise was impossible to reach, so the council will have to decide between two versions of the tree ordinance.

Town Council meetings start at 7:30 p.m. in Independence Hall, 2955 Woodside Road. Call 851-6790 for information.

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