The city of Mansfield Shade Tree Commission has announced an informational public meeting to be held on Thursday, October 6 at 6:30 P< at the North Lake Park Pavilion.

In their ongoing commitment to providing service and educational opportunities to the residents of Mansfield, the members of the Shade Tree Commission are offering this free, educational session. The agenda for the evening is multifaceted and includes members of the Shade Tree Commission explaining the role of the Shade Tree Commission in Mansfield, and procedures for contacting them.

The Shade Tree Commission is pleased to announce Mr. Leonard Dolce, Certified Arborist and co-owner of Dolce’s Tree Service will share a keynote address at the event. Dolce will discuss the impact of the 2016 cicada damage, tree diseases, and how to care for trees. Following the keynote address, Mr. Jon Stierhoff, Landscape Designer & Director of Operations for Rex’s Landscape & Construction will discuss the Subway Improvement planning project, and how this project can enhance our community and the benefits of trees in an urban setting.

There will be a question and answer session to discuss local resources and planting standards. For more information, contact Kim Hildreth, Program Coordinator, Engineering Department at 419.755.9702 or email at: [email protected].

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