Trees Replanted at Tolland Town Hall

The new trees are replacing the landmark sugar maples removed this month due to damage.

Town crews have replanted the towering sugar maples that were recently cut down in front of Tolland's town hall.

The trees were removed earlier this month due to damage to the tree canopies and roots, according to Tolland Historic District Commission Chairperson Rodney Hurtuk.

The newly planted trees are also sugar maples. 

Check out photos of the tree removal and replanting in the photo gallery above.

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Roseann Kellner Gottier January 22, 2013 at 02:23 PM
Thank you for replacing the trees with sugar maples. It was sad to see the original sugar maples taken down but it will be nice to watch the new trees show off their colorful autumn canopies in years to come.
mark bradnan January 22, 2013 at 11:40 PM
Storm damage yes, than disease now damage to the roots. But more likely a possible liability issue. Please be honest with the citizens Rodney.
Heather Ricker-Gilbert January 24, 2013 at 03:00 AM
I have always been so sad when we lose trees around the Green. Thanks, Mr. Hurtuk for getting the sugar maples replaced so quickly.


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