by Duluth News Tribune
October 17, 2012 at 7:00 pm in Duluth News Tribune
After a lengthy delay, a solution might be within sight in the long-simmering issue of flight safety and trees near Park Point’s Sky Harbor Airport.
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How much would it cost to rent a chainsaw for a day?
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You must have a foot in mind to keep it from ending up in your mouth all the time.
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The preferred solution is the most expensive solution. What an odd coincidence.
If any of those trees at the end of the runway are 200 years old I’ll cut eat it (parts of it are edible).
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Am I reading this correctly? $4.4million to save 9 trees over the next 50 years?? I’m all for trees, but thousands of trees can be planted for that amount of money.
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Time to send out the Honking Tree Bandit.
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