Plane trees facing the chop
A pair of plane trees on Lockyer Avenue will be cut down as they pose a risk to pedestrians.
The City of Albany will remove the two trees in planter boxes near the Lockyer Avenue and Moir Street roundabout, adjacent to Dog Rock Shopping Centre.
A public notice published by the City said the trees were becoming dangerous for pedestrians, were unstable, leaning over and creating a tripping hazard.
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