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Surprising facts and factoids about trees in our fair city

Original post made on Sep 15, 2023

Palo Alto loves trees — it has about 600,000. The city's Urban Forestry Section maintains roughly 66,000, about one per resident.

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Posted by Comment
a resident of Charleston Meadows
on Sep 15, 2023 at 8:09 am

Comment is a registered user.

City stump removal timing needs to change. If a private tree is removed, the owner can have the stump removed within a couple of weeks. The City needs to contract with a company that more timely service. Waiting this long is absurd.

The City’s stump removal contractor should respond when needed as others companies do. And the City should see it does or get a company that will.

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