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Diseased trees removed in Historic Snoqualmie near train depot

Several trees in downtown Snoqualmie were removed last week along Railroad Avenue, adjacent to the Northwest Railway Museum. The removal has been managed by city of Snoqualmie Arborist Phil Bennett.

The trees were removed because they were diseased and predisposed to future failure and property damage. All others are expected to be preserved well into the future.

 

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