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Patient pruner works on Oak Bay trees

Oak Bay arborist Chris Paul stands in a lift bucket to reach a high branch while pruning a Douglas fir tree at the corner of Brighton Avenue at St. David Street. - Don Denton/News staff
Oak Bay arborist Chris Paul stands in a lift bucket to reach a high branch while pruning a Douglas fir tree at the corner of Brighton Avenue at St. David Street.
— image credit: Don Denton/News staff

 

 

Oak Bay Parks department crews are busy these days doing some seasonal work on municipal trees.

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