Port Chester is getting a $30,000 tree-planting project under way, and taking requests on where to replace trees that were removed from right-of-way property.
The village has been criticized for taking out a few too many trees over the years, and priority is being given to such locations.
Requests from homeowners will be accepted through December. The plantings will take place in spring. For info contact Elisa Sciarabba, assistant to the village manager, at (914) 305-2563 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Residents would be asked to help care for the sapling and to submit a “signed watering agreement.” (Whereas trees require water in order to grow ….)