Some Trees to be Removed Along 100 Foot Park Pathway

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The City of Kingston will be removing several trees in 100 Foot Park this week – either because they are in poor condition or to accommodate pathway improvements.

The 100 Foot Park pathway runs between Highway 15 and the Cataraqui River between Medley Court and south of Limeridge Drive in the east end.

Scheduled improvements to the park include: new asphalt paving for the steeper pathway sections, seating and some brush removal.

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