Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Felled trees raise City Point residents’ ire

By Ed Stannard
Register Metro Editor

NEW HAVEN — City Point residents who are upset and angry about trees felled recently in their neighborhood are looking for ways to alleviate the damage.

The state Department of Transportation recently cut down at least a dozen trees along Interstate 95 on both sides of the Howard Avenue bridge. Between Fifth and Sixth streets is Bayview Park, which was sliced in half by I-95 when the highway was built 50 years ago.

Read the full story at nhregister.com.

Register photo by Arnold Gold

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