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Avenue of Honour care for Ararat district

Trees in avenues of honour across Ararat municipality will be subject to an elevated level of care based on a specialist’s recommendations on how to maintain their health and improve safety for motorists and the community.
Ararat Rural City Council chief executive Dr Tim Harrison said the report covered avenues of honour in Buangor, Elmhurst, Tatyoon, Maroona and Moyston.
He said the report suggested ways to improve tree health with recommendations on branch trimming and tree removal.
Dr Harrison said urgent action outlined in the report included removal of a dangerous tree in Moyston Avenue of Honour.
“This tree will be removed by the council in early February and replaced with a mature pine in autumn when the weather is cooler and we have optimal planting conditions,” he said.

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Posted on Jan 30 2019

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