City Advisory: Tree Removal On Victoria Street

July 1, 2021 | 2 Comments

The City of Hamilton will be removing five Mahogany trees from the Victoria Street sidewalk next week as “they have been causing extensive damage.”

A spokesperson said, “The City of Hamilton is advising the public that five Mahogany trees will be removed next week from the Victoria Street sidewalk, between Union Street and King Street.

“They are being removed as they have been causing extensive damage to the sidewalk and neighboring properties.

“The trees will be removed next week; the road resurfaced, and new trees installed.”

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  1. Beaker says:

    Isnt mahogany endangered? Whats more important, an ancient and iconic tree or some sidewalk or whatever it may be damaging? hope they relocate them.

    notice how bermudas heat has turned from paradise to hellish in the last 10 years? probably because all the flippant and wanton cutting down of trees and foliage.

  2. Daniel says:

    It has been widely acknowledged that one of the easiest things we can do to fight climate change is to plant trees. These not only suck up the carbon dioxide and give oxygen but they also provide much needed shade in the city, as well as providing a calming effect on humans as reminds us off the natural surroundings we have lived with for thousands of years instead of the concrete jungles we have now built that are alien to us. The world is about to get much hotter for future generations. We need to have a ‘net neutral’ policy whereby any trees removed are replaced like for like. Removing trees now is madness!

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