Newcastle Herald Letters to the Editor: Monday, December 31, 2018

December 31 2018 - 12:30am
TREE NO MORE: A tree shading picnic tables near the Lorn end of Belmore bridge recently died, forcing the council to cut it down and wood-chip it.
TREE NO MORE: A tree shading picnic tables near the Lorn end of Belmore bridge recently died, forcing the council to cut it down and wood-chip it.

RECENTLY in Maitland a huge gum tree that had long been shading three picnic tables near the Lorn end of Belmore bridge turned brown and was obviously dead. The council rightly cut it down and wood-chipped it.

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