Park closed for tree removal


EATON — According to officials with the City of Eaton, as with other areas of Ohio, the Emerald Ash Borer has infested many of the ash trees in Fort St. Clair Park. Work to remove the affected trees began on Monday, Sept. 28, and the park was closed to all traffic. Heavy equipment, falling limbs and debris will prohibit safe passage through the park while the work is completed, officials with the Eaton Police Division said in a notice to the public. The Fort will be closed to vehicle and pedestrian traffic until further notice.


EATON — According to officials with the City of Eaton, as with other areas of Ohio, the Emerald Ash Borer has infested many of the ash trees in Fort St. Clair Park. Work to remove the affected trees began on Monday, Sept. 28, and the park was closed to all traffic. Heavy equipment, falling limbs and debris will prohibit safe passage through the park while the work is completed, officials with the Eaton Police Division said in a notice to the public. The Fort will be closed to vehicle and pedestrian traffic until further notice.

EATON — According to officials with the City of Eaton, as with other areas of Ohio, the Emerald Ash Borer has infested many of the ash trees in Fort St. Clair Park. Work to remove the affected trees began on Monday, Sept. 28, and the park was closed to all traffic. Heavy equipment, falling limbs and debris will prohibit safe passage through the park while the work is completed, officials with the Eaton Police Division said in a notice to the public. The Fort will be closed to vehicle and pedestrian traffic until further notice.
http://registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_fort.jpgEATON — According to officials with the City of Eaton, as with other areas of Ohio, the Emerald Ash Borer has infested many of the ash trees in Fort St. Clair Park. Work to remove the affected trees began on Monday, Sept. 28, and the park was closed to all traffic. Heavy equipment, falling limbs and debris will prohibit safe passage through the park while the work is completed, officials with the Eaton Police Division said in a notice to the public. The Fort will be closed to vehicle and pedestrian traffic until further notice.
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