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Pardon Our Mess: Uprooted tree at Warren Road Community Center

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WHERE: Warren Road Community Center

WHAT: An uprooted tree that fell during a February ice storm left a gaping hole near a heavily traveled walkway.

WHO’S RESPONSIBLE: Augusta Recre­ation, Parks and Facilities

ACTION PERFORMED: Karen Prince, the director of Warren Road Community Center, said workers have slowly chipped away at the tree since the ice storm but were unable to completely remove it because of its size. After submitting a work order early last week, the tree was removed and the hole filled with soil.

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PROBLEM AREAS? Contact us if you know of a place where the grass needs cutting, a pothole needs fixing or litter needs collecting.

CONTACT US: Visit augustachronicle.com/mess to share your ideas, or connect with us on social media using #AUGmess.

WE’LL INVESTIGATE: We’ll contact the proper authorities and let you know what they plan to do to clean up the mess.


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