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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 17, 2005
Workers from the City’s Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) Division of Urban Forestry tomorrow will remove 19 coconut palm trees from
“We met with the Kapiolani Park Preservation Society and the
Mayor Mufi Hannemann stated it is his desire that the City replace whenever possible trees that need to be removed due to disease, insect infestation or other reasons. “I’m happy to report that in this case, the Parks Department will replace better than 1 for 1 the trees that need to be removed,” Hannemann said.
The trees to be removed are in a grove of approximately 200 trees. Between 60 and 70 other trees in the grove will be closely monitored over the next several months for any changes to their condition. “Realistically, some of them too will eventually need to be removed,”
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|Thursday, November 17, 2005|