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Twenty-two Modesto Ash trees declared hazardous by the city are in the process of being removed from Broadway this week, following the inspection and recommendation of an arborist consultant working with the city. This follows the removal of 14 trees in April, and is part of a five-year phase-out plan for the disease-prone ash. The trees are being replaced with elm, maple, Chinese pistache and Kentucky coffee trees, in accordance with the new Master Street Tree Plan adopted in 2009. Contact Public Works’ Todd Williams at 747-7900 with questions.

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