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City Hall tree removed

  • Workers with West Coast Arborist removed the red ironbark eucalyptus in front of city hall on Monday. According to the city, arborists have made independent inspections and each found evidence of termite damage, significant rotting and bleeding.

    Workers with West Coast Arborist removed the red ironbark eucaly...

  • Workers with West Coast Arborist removed the red ironbark eucalyptus in front of city hall on Monday. According to the city, arborists have made independent inspections and each found evidence of termite damage, significant rotting and bleeding.

    Workers with West Coast Arborist removed the red ironbark eucaly...

  • Armando Lopez with West Coast Arborist confers with a co-worker about the next limb to be removed on Monday in front of City Hall. The crew was very careful cutting down the eucalyptus tree using a crane to make sure no large limbs fell.

    Armando Lopez with West Coast Arborist confers with a co-worker ...

  • Community Services Manager Paul Cranmer chats with Interim Community Services Manager Pat Malloy while crew work to remove the diseased eucalyptus tree from the front of City Hall.

    Community Services Manager Paul Cranmer chats with Interim Commu...

  • Armando Lopez secures a harness around the last limb of the red ironbark eucalyptus in front of city hall on Monday. It took the tree crew several hours to remove the tree which arborists had determined was too sick to be saved.

    Armando Lopez secures a harness around the last limb of the red ...

  • Workers with West Coast Arborist removed the red ironbark eucalyptus in front of city hall on Monday. According to the city, arborists have made independent inspections and each found evidence of termite damage, significant rotting and bleeding.

    Workers with West Coast Arborist removed the red ironbark eucaly...