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New North Haven Clearing Restrictions Aimed at Protecting ‘Majestic’ Trees

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Mature oak trees like this one are the kinds of trees North Haven Mayor Christ Fiore says would be more likely to be protected with a new tree clearing zoning amendment the North Haven Village Board is considering.

Mature oak trees like this one are the kinds of trees North Haven Mayor Christ Fiore says would be more likely to be protected with a new tree clearing zoning amendment the North Haven Village Board is considering.

North Haven Mayor Chris Fiore said trees like these eastern red cedars could be removed and replaced with ornamental grasses under the village's existing code.

North Haven Mayor Chris Fiore said trees like these eastern red cedars could be removed and replaced with ornamental grasses under the village's existing code.

authorStephen J. Kotz on Feb 1, 2023
North Haven Mayor Chris Fiore grew up in Uniondale in the 1950s. “It was one big potato field,” he said this week. “I had to ride my bike to Roosevelt... more

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