The Tree Warden will hold a public hearing pursuant to M.G.L. Chapter 87, Sec. 3 and 4, on Thursday July 14, 2011 at 7:30 PM in the community room of the Town Hall, 27 Sturbridge Road, to consider the removal of the following trees, all of which are located on Sturbridge Road:
5 Hemlock Trees; ranging from 4 to 10 inches in diameter.
18 Oak Trees; ranging from 4 to 28 inches in diameter.
6 White Birch Trees; ranging from 3 to 10 inches in diameter.
28 Pine Trees; ranging from 4 to 40 inches in diameter.
3 Maple Trees; ranging from 4 to 12 inches in diameter.
2 Cherry Trees; ranging from 4 to 10 inches in diameter.
6 Beechnut Tree; ranging from 3 to 20 inches in diameter.
Brian Johnson, Tree Warden Town of Holland.
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Comments:Posted on 8 Jul 2011, 23:00 by Jim L.
What is Johnson stealing now?
Posted on 8 Jul 2011, 23:04 by DEP
They better not be cutting trees in any resource or riverfront area's without permits from DEP
Posted on 9 Jul 2011, 10:58 by Laughing
Jim L u are too funny! I view this blog just to read your comments cuz u make me laugh which brightens my day & makes me happy. Everytime I get miserable about something I just think about you/your comments and start laughing. Keep writing your comments.... We need more smiling in this (often) miserable town...... ha ha ha ha ha
Posted on 9 Jul 2011, 11:35 by Barry Heermann
Human beings have a deep longing to contribute and serve. If you are like most people, at a deep level you are called to serve.
Posted on 9 Jul 2011, 11:54 by 1974 Alumni
Hurricane Island Outward Bound School.
The motto of H.I.O.B.S. is " To Serve....To Strive....And NOT to yield"......
A true servant does not serve so she or he can boast and say look at me. To serve in unrecognized silence is it's own reward.