Imagine coming home to find trees you planted on your property or marvelled at over the years for their natural beauty had been butchered.
How would you feel if the historic trees lining your town’s main street were cut almost to the trunk?
These are the situations confronting locals across the Hills with ETSA Utilities contractors working in the region to clear vegetation around powerlines.
It must be galling for property owners to watch on as the chainsaws cut away, as has happened in some cases, almost half of a tree on their land leaving it lopsided and disfigured.
There are two articles in today’s Courier that highlight an interesting juxtaposition about how far we’ve come as a society and how far we’ve yet to travel. One story deals with Bridgewater author Meg Hale and a book she has written about a mothers’ movement fighting to change laws to Read More »
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