Newtown (PA) supervisors file suit against developer for cutting down beech tree at Villas development; seeking $85,500 in damages, court costs

The board of supervisors voted to file suit against McGrath Homes for cutting down a large copper beech tree at the entrance to the Villas of Newtown development in apparent violation of a court-sanctioned settlement to preserve both the tree and the adjoining historic farmhouse.   Read the article………..


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