The number and overall health of trees in city parks is declining, and something must be done about it, a tree advocate told the City Council last week.
The Las Vegas Tree Board has rated 36 percent of trees in all city parks but South Pacific as poor. Eight percent of trees at South Pacific were rated poor.
Additionally, the board has found that anywhere from 10 to 45 percent of trees in any individual park would benefit from pruning.
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