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9 parking spaces on Pearl@Pine temporarily closed Oct. 6, 7 for tree installation

parking-removalThe city will be temporarily closing 7 parking spots on Pearl St, opposite 360 Pearl St, plus 2 spots at the North West corner of Pearl & Pine for tree installation. The work will take place Oct. 6-7, after which time the parking spaces will be reopened.

Written by Marianne Meed Ward

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  1. Another example of the anti car culture at city hall?

    And by the way before taking out parking spaces to plant new trees, why doesn’t the city first look to do something about all the dead ones standing on Pearl Street? Also it seems that when the city cuts down a dead tree on our sidewalk boulevards, new ones are not replanted. Why? Could it be that these are the wrong locations to plant trees?

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