The City of Greenville’s annual Main Street tree restoration and replacement program is underway between College and Pendleton streets.

The project includes pruning all trees along Main Street to perform general crown cleaning, corrective pruning, removal of deadwood and mistletoe mitigation.

Four declining red oaks will be removed and replaced. A willow oak that has a fungus and has been under a watch status for several years will also be removed and replaced.

Closure of some sections of sidewalk will be necessary, but access to downtown businesses will remain open.

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