Condo owners take stand against tree clearing (MA)

A group of owners at the Royal Park Condominiums at 147 Sylvan St. are taking a stand after a contractor for the Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company cut down at least seven trees at the front of their building to clear the right-of-way of an existing high-pressure natural gas pipeline.  The residents were so upset about what happened last Tuesday that on Wednesday morning, around 6 a.m., they used their vehicles to block the driveway to keep out work crews.   Read the article………….


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