HOLLIS, N.H. (AP) – Hollis is preparing to cut down more than 100 trees that are a hazard after being damaged in December’s ice storm.

The town has marked 108 trees with broken limbs and cracked trunks. They all are on town property.

Public Works Director Jeff Babel says selectmen approved the project this week. The Federal Emergency Management Agency is expected to cover three-quarters of the $200,000 cost.


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