Richland County to replace more than 100 trees mistakenly cut down (SC)

Richland County is promising to replace more than 100 trees that were cut down after a bureaucratic mistake.   Officials put a request to do something about trees in the Landon Place subdivision on hold in the way of last October’s flood-related disaster. The complaint, which said trees lining the streets in the development near Clemson Road were obstructing the views of motorists posing a safety hazard, came from an unspecified person and went to the Richland County Ombudsman last fall.   Read the article…………


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