Olde Colonial Greene and Doylestown Township near agreement on trees (PA)

Just about one month ago, Doylestown Township learned that the Olde Colonial Greene’s homeowners association had hired a tree service to fell 73 unhealthy trees in the townhouse community.  Unaware municipal officials should have been consulted before the extensive landscaping project began, HOA board members were also surprised to learn they need to comply with township ordinances as they prepare their replanting plans.    Read the article…………..


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