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August 21, 2021
5 months and 28 days left
until our reunion.







Jamestown High School
Class of '63





 

BEFORE
BEFORE
The last of the “Cathedral Oaks” along West Third Street in the city of Jamestown began to come down Thursday. In December, city crews began cutting the iconic trees, about two each day with nice weather. Dan Stone, city arborist, told members of the Jamestown Parks, Recreation & Conservation Commission late last year the decision to cut down the 43 oak trees, most of them more than 100 years old, due to safety concerns. Stone said in the spring city officials will look to replant trees along West Third Street so a new “tree canopy” can be created. He said the new trees will have a maximum height of around 50 to 55 feet, which will be smaller than the former oaks.
The last tree!
The last tree!
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