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Haddonfield to begin three month Dead TREE Program on Monday

From February through April, the Haddonfield Department of Public Works aims to remove 150 trees, around twice as many than were removed in 2021.

The following release is from Haddonfield Commissioner Frank Troy.
Effective February 7, we will start our 3-month Dead TREE (Tree Rapid Execution Event) Program. Dead trees are a significant safety and nuisance issue in Haddonfield, so we are taking measures to address them.
-Two teams of four Public Works Employees for February and March
-One four-person team for April
-Goal of removing 150 trees between February 7 and April 30 (total trees removed in 2021 was 79)
-Weekly/monthly updates on social media and Commissioner meetings
-Mostly trees 24 inches or less in diameter
-Stalks and stumps will be left behind and removed by an outsourced company
Impact on Residents:
-Monthly chipping will be suspended until April – hold branches on site
-Patience and support while we try something new
-Report a dead tree through the Borough website – left side tab that states “Report a Concern” – or 856-429-0183 ext.
-Your tree will be added to the list for present and future takedowns

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