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Oil company must plant seedlings to replace illegally cut oaks


April 2, 2001 12:00 AM

/ NEWS-PRESS STAFF WRITER

An oil company that illegally cut down 40 or more oak trees during road work on a Los Alamos Valley ranch will be required to plant up to 10 oak seedlings for every tree removed,



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