As bad as these losses would be, they do not address the losses that would.
On public property, Minneapolis would lose approximately 38, ash trees growing on boulevards. The cost of removal, stump grinding and replanting of these trees would exceed 26 million. This does not include the tens of thousands of ash trees growing in parks and natural areas such as along the Mississippi River corridor.
The City’s arborists will continue to monitor and remove ash trees infected by the EAB and assist with the planting of replacement trees of a varied species for impacted areas. The City continues to reduce the ash tree population by prohibiting the planting of ash trees on rights-of-way and ensuring the public is aware of the EAB stumpcutting.barted Reading Time: 10 mins.
Jan 24, Ash trees targeted for removal in are marked with a blue “9”. With the large number of ash trees targeted for removal, the City has awarded contracts to three licensed arborists to assist with the process. Andy’s Tree Service, Midwest Tree Service, and Wasp Tree & Lawn will be working on removal efforts until Memorial Day.
Between Memorial Day and Labor Day, no ash tree removals are allowed. Tree removal. Hathaway Tree Service 50th Avenue, Rochester: Commercial or Residential: JW's Stump Dump Simpson Road SE, Rochester: Commercial or Residential: Logan's Tree Service & Recycling 70th Avenue NW, Byron: Commercial or Residential: ProCut Firewood Broadway Avenue North, Rochester: