A decision will be made on March 11, but in the meantime, the town is still looking for input.
The iconic beech tree isn't coming back to the Town Common, but the town is still looking for suggestions on what to do with its remains. We asked you all this awhile back, and we're asking again today because the town is once again asking as well. Here are a few suggestions discussed at the TREE meeting last week. A decision will be made on March 11.
What should be done with the remnants of this Chelmsford landmark? The town wants your opinion, and so do we.
Back in November, we asked you what should be done with the iconic beech tree on the Common, and as we all know, it was cut down a few days later. Today, we want to ask you what should be done with the stump and remaining wood from the tree, because the town is taking stock and will come to a decision soon. You can send in your feedback to the town on what should be done on the TREE Committee page on the town website, or by bringing in the attached form to Room LL05 of Town Hall. Submissions are due by Feb. 10 On Feb. 28, the TREE Committee will take a look at all the suggestions and review them in a public input session at 7 p.m. at Town Hall.