Town Officials Support Planting More Trees in Watertown Town Hall- At a joint meeting of the Committee on Rules and Ordinances and the Committee on Public Works, representatives from the local group Trees for Watertown recommended the Town Council make planting new trees a priority. Check Out the Video! Produced by Dan Hogan, News Producer […]
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Now in its Second Year, “Teens for Trees” Spends Summer Taking Inventory of Thousands of Trees *Watertown – Local teens are trying to make the Watertown community a greener place for all. The Teens for Trees program, currently in its second year, is aiming to take inventory of every local street tree. There are over […]
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Community Encouraged to Plant Trees at Arbor Day Celebration Commander’s Mansion – Members of the community, local tree activists, florists and town officials gathered at the Commander’s Mansion on Thursday, April 26 to celebrate Arbor Day. Check Out the Video! Produced by Sam Dudley, Production Coordinator April 26, 2018 Back to Watertown Weekly News Page
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Joint Public Works and Rules and Ordinances Meeting Explores New Regulations for Watertown Trees Town Hall – In a special joint meeting between the Public Works Committee and the Committee on Rules and Ordinances on September 25, town officials and concerned residents discussed creating a new ordinance regarding how trees in Watertown should be removed. […]
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Trees for Watertown Offering Teens a Summer Job Working with Tree Warden Watertown Square – Local organization Trees for Watertown is accepting applications from high school students to spend the summer working with Watertown Tree Warden Chris Hayward. Watertown Weekly News spoke with program coordinator David Meshoulam about the job and what it will entail. […]
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Watertown Weekly News Segments: Arbor Day at the Commander’s Mansion Back to Watertown Weekly News Page
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