Resident worried about logging, board says it was necessary
By Cindy DiFazio
Tuesday, January 20, 2009 at 7:00 pm
Jan Aaron said she was devastated when an old stand of pine trees recently was chopped down on the banks of Lake Jericho.
Aaron has lived on the Bates Lane end of the lake for more than 20 years and fears the cutting of those trees will worsen conditions around the lake, especially soil erosion.
“They are clean-cutting to the point where there isn’t a blade of grass,” Aaron said, “tall, healthy pine trees cut down.”
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