The Story of BROW: Planting Street Trees Beyond the Right-of-Way—and What it Means for New Yorkers

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By Al Wegener, Landscape Consultant Is it legal for a municipality to plant street trees beyond the right-of-way (ROW)—that is, on private property? A sugar maple in New Paltz affected by utility pruning, age, and decay, with no room within ROW for planting new tree. Al [...]