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300 trees were cut down at Columbus Park Crossing — but they were protected by state law

Dorothy McDaniel, executive director of Trees Columbus, answers questions about the trees that were recently cut down along J.R. Allen Parkway in Columbus. They are among the many planted in the 1990s as part of the Gateways Project, an effort to beautify the main corridors in and out of Columbus., and are protected under state law.
Former MCSD Teacher of the Year moving out of classroom. Here’s where and why.
15-year-old fired 8 shots to gun down popular Columbus High grad, prosecutor says
Georgia Bulldogs coach Kirby Smart explains new role for assistant coach Dell McGee
What is LSU Tigers coach Orgeron looking for in a starting quarterback? He said this
LSU’s Ed Orgeron explains why Steve Ensminger got the call at offensive coordinator
Georgia Court Of Appeals establishes ‘Mullet Doctrine’
The Jeopardy of Journalists In America, Then And Now.


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