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June 9, 2021
PORTLAND (AP) — An independent forester hired to do a hasty review of the state's controversial hazard tree removal program has concluded that 96% of the 2,200 trees he recently examined were appropriately marked for removal.
He said the program also has the necessary protocols in place to identify which trees damaged by the 2020 wildfires are hazardous, The Oregonian/OregonLive reported. And he said the arborists and foresters who were supposed to be marking those trees have the appropriate qualifications called for by the state.
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