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1921: Jersey City Under Commission Government
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Shade Trees

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N Jersey City today there are approximately fourteen thousand trees. Each year two thousand or more trees are planted, either as replacements for trees that have died, or new trees on streets where few trees have ever been planted before. Many hundreds of old trees with decayed branches have been removed and young trees replace them. During the past winter many dangerous tree trunks were removed and replaced with new trees. Many of the trees in the public parks were dead or dying when Commissioner Moore took up the duties of Director of the Department of Parks. Conditions have been changed and all of the parks have fine big trees, all growing and adding shade and beauty for those who enjoy the many beauty spots.

Today this city ranks with the leaders of large cities, affording the greatest number of streets that contain trees placed at a uniform distance and kept in proper condition and looked after by expert tree men.

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