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Monroe to inventory city trees
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MONROE - The Common Council made way Tuesday for city forester Paul Klinzing to apply for state financial assistance in combating the expected oncoming emerald ash borer invasion. Klinzing has until Oct. 1 to submit the application, but first, he needs to inventory the vast population of city-owned trees. The estimated cost to inventory the trees is about $20,000, but that can be partly covered by the Department of Natural Resources grant, he told the Board of Public Works Monday.