FARMINGTON — Three large, and two small, dead trees were taken down
Monday on Perham Street in Farmington in a joint effort between the
town’s Public Works Dept. and Central Maine Power, Public Works Director
Denis
Castonguay said.

 
A portion the street was closed  — and on Tuesday
part of Court Street will be closed, as three or more dead maples will also be taken down. CMP hired Lucas Tree due to the closeness of the
trees to the power lines. The town crew cleared the large
pieces of trunk brought to the ground by a crane. The trees had become a hazard, not only to the
power lines, but also to pedestrians and traffic, Castonguay said.



Three large and two small dead trees were taken down
Monday on Perham Street in Farmington in a joint effort between the
town’s Public Works Dept. and Central Maine Power, Public Works Director
Denis
Castonguay said.

A portion the street was closed and on Tuesday
part of Court Street will be closed as three dead maples, maybe more,
will also be taken down. CMP hired Lucas Tree due to the closeness of the
trees to the power lines. The town crew cleared the large
pieces of trunk brought to the ground by a crane. The trees had become a hazard, not only to the
power lines, but also to pedestrians and traffic, Castonguay said.

Three large and two small dead trees were taken down
Monday on Perham Street in Farmington in a joint effort between the
town’s Public Works Dept. and Central Maine Power, Public Works Director
Denis
Castonguay said.

 
A portion the street was closed and on Tuesday
part of Court Street will be closed as three dead maples, maybe more,
will also be taken down. CMP hired Lucas Tree due to the closeness of the
trees to the power lines. The town crew cleared the large
pieces of trunk brought to the ground by a crane. The trees had become a hazard, not only to the
power lines, but also to pedestrians and traffic, Castonguay said.





Three large and two small dead trees were taken down
Monday on Perham Street in Farmington in a joint effort between the
town’s Public Works Dept. and Central Maine Power, Public Works Director
Denis
Castonguay said.

A portion the street was closed and on Tuesday
part of Court Street will be closed as three dead maples, maybe more,
will also be taken down. CMP hired Lucas Tree due to the closeness of the
trees to the power lines. The town crew cleared the large
pieces of trunk brought to the ground by a crane. The trees had become a hazard, not only to the
power lines, but also to pedestrians and traffic, Castonguay said.



Three large and two small dead trees were taken down
Monday on Perham Street in Farmington in a joint effort between the
town’s Public Works Dept. and Central Maine Power, Public Works Director
Denis
Castonguay said.

 
A portion the street was closed and on Tuesday
part of Court Street will be closed as three dead maples, maybe more,
will also be taken down. CMP hired Lucas Tree due to the closeness of the
trees to the power lines. The town crew cleared the large
pieces of trunk brought to the ground by a crane. The trees had become a hazard, not only to the
power lines, but also to pedestrians and traffic, Castonguay said.


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