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Gazette Editorial

Trees a worthy investment for a city

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Schenectady, like many cities its age, has an infrastructure problem. And it’s not just water and sewer lines and roads, but trees, as an April 15 Gazette story made clear. Hundreds of silver maple trees planted during the first half of the 20th century have reached the end of their normal lifespan and are dying, and the city hasn’t been devoting any appreciable resources to replant. This year — one year after budgeting no money ...

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