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Haystack Heights to lose nine trees
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Haystack Heights to lose nine trees
The city plans to thin a grove of trees at the corner of East Chinook and Elk Run avenues after two trees in the city right of way fell on a private home.

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Haystack Heights to lose nine trees
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