South Miami

November 21, 2014 3:35 PM

City extends tree cutting moratorium until Jan. 6

The South Miami city commission has unanimously agreed to extending a moratorium against cutting or killing all trees, with certain limited exceptions, until the city’s existing tree protection ordinance can be amended to provide better protections.

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