EAB TREE REMOVAL: At this time a city contractor is removing ash trees around the city as part of the Emerald Ash Borer program. All city ash trees were assessed in the summer of 2016 and those that had a condition rating of “Poor” or lower were noted for removal. Each tree to be removed was inspected a second time by the City Forester in November-December and a door hanger was left at each address notifying the resident that they have an ash tree that is scheduled to be removed at this time. A white dot was painted at the base of each tree to be removed as assist the contractor in identifying them. The City has been staging removals annually since the Emerald Ash Borer was found in 2012 removing the worst trees first. The City will be replacing each ash tree removed in the following planting season as funding and trees become available.For more information about Emerald Ash Borer, visit https://kcparks.org/services/emerald-ash-borer/#EAB #emeraldashborer #KCParks #KCMO

EAB TREE REMOVAL: At this time a city contractor is removing ash trees around the city as part of the Emerald Ash Borer program. All city ash trees were assessed in the summer of 2016 and those that had a condition rating of “Poor” or lower were noted for removal. Each tree to be removed was inspected a second time by the City Forester in November-December and a door hanger was left at each address notifying the resident that they have an ash tree that is scheduled to be  removed at this time. A white dot was painted at the base of each tree to be removed as assist the contractor in identifying them. The City has been staging removals annually since the Emerald Ash Borer was found in 2012 removing the worst trees first. The City will be replacing each ash tree removed in the following planting season as funding and trees become available.For more information about Emerald Ash Borer, visit https://kcparks.org/services/emerald-ash-borer/#EAB #emeraldashborer #KCParks #KCMO

EAB TREE REMOVAL: At this time a city contractor is removing ash trees around the city as part of the Emerald Ash Borer program. All city ash trees were assessed in the summer of 2016 and those that had a condition rating of “Poor” or lower were noted for removal. Each tree to be removed was inspected a second time by the City Forester in November-December and a door hanger was left at each address notifying the resident that they have an ash tree that is scheduled to be  removed at this time. A white dot was painted at the base of each tree to be removed as assist the contractor in identifying them. The City has been staging removals annually since the Emerald Ash Borer was found in 2012 removing the worst trees first. The City will be replacing each ash tree removed in the following planting season as funding and trees become available.For more information about Emerald Ash Borer, visit https://kcparks.org/services/emerald-ash-borer/#EAB #emeraldashborer #KCParks #KCMO
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