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Pine Beetles Damage More Than Trees, Suit Argues

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Trees that were cut down two years ago because they had been infested with southern pine beetles remain at 185 Swamp Road in Northwest Woods, East Hampton, prompting the owner to file suit claiming her property has been devalued.

Trees that were cut down two years ago because they had been infested with southern pine beetles remain at 185 Swamp Road in Northwest Woods, East Hampton, prompting the owner to file suit claiming her property has been devalued.

Trees that were cut down two years ago because they had been infested with southern pine beetles remain at 185 Swamp Road in Northwest Woods, East Hampton, prompting the owner to file suit claiming her property has been devalued.

Trees that were cut down two years ago because they had been infested with southern pine beetles remain at 185 Swamp Road in Northwest Woods, East Hampton, prompting the owner to file suit claiming her property has been devalued. Stephen J. Kotz

authorStephen J. Kotz on Nov 11, 2019
Two years after East Hampton Town found itself confronting a plague in the form of the southern pine beetle, a small insect that had an oversized appetite for the kind... more

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