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Public works board discusses trees, bulk water rates


The Kimball board of public works discussed various upkeep projects during its Nov. 25 meeting.

One topic of discussion was the growth of trees in the city. Many trees in the city are growing at a rapid rate. While they are beautiful, these trees can become quite a nuisance to power lines. The solution to caring for these trees in a responsible and safe manner is to contract with an arborist, said City Administrator Daniel Ortiz.

“Our guys just don’t have the time to trim the trees in a way that will be beneficial to the growth of the tree as well as clearing the power lines. We need an...

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