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Kyle Mills / Post Independent

A crew from Aspen Tree Service cleans up the remains of one of two silver poplar trees it removed near the intersection of 10th Street and Blake Avenue on Thursday. The trees, which were in rough shape and needed to be removed, were estimated to be roughly 60 to 70 years old.


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