Message - Re: Save The Trees

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Posted by  NickP on April 07, 2003 at 23:30:16:

In Reply to:  Re: Save The Trees posted by Kevin Matthews on April 06, 2003 at 10:38:12:

The tree cutting fees and the review of any tree removal have been
adopted by a number of incorporated villages on the North Shore of Nassau County.
This is the area known as the "Gold Coast".
The Architectural review boards are very thorough and they have learned over the years how to preserve an area with many historic houses.
I see no reason why these tree cutting policies would not benefit any community.
There is also a heavy fine for cutting down a healthy tree without the proper permits.
Some might find this restrictive but it works in this suburban area. The feeling here is that everyone owns the trees not just the homeowner.

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