Fewer Trees Each Year Without Replacements

Quality of Life Issues Ignored, Two More Old Growth Trees Whacked

Updated 29 weeks ago David Stone
The latest abandoned tree stumps, at Octagon Field
The latest abandoned tree stumps, at Octagon Field
© David Stone / Roosevelt Island Daily

Weeks after the disastrous, unsupportable destruction of old growth trees on the Rivercross lawn in September, two more trees that once helped win Roosevelt Island designation a "Tree City USA" designation were taken down last week.

The trees, which formed a border between the West Promenade and the south end of Octagon Field are now just stumps.

RIOC has said they plan to replace trees cut down without notice, but these stumps are neighbors to others nearby left to rot in ground.

There's not even enough concern for esthetics to clear out the remains.

Lou Puliafito, Reform Party, NYS Assembly 76th District
Lou Puliafito, Reform Party, NYS Assembly 76th District
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