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    does anyone know what is going on in that field on 89th and santa fe??? they have been clearing out land and stuff but i have no idea.

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    Ranch-style doctor's offices.

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    Aha. Thought maybe it would be more apts.

    Weird, though, that the City allows the developers to BURN all the trees that were removed, instead of having them shredded or hauled off for fire wood and mulch. Everyone is so concerned about "haze" in the air that when the developers are allowed to BURN the trees, it must certainly add to the haze! They did the same thing for the new apts. being built by the fire station on 89th just east of Penn.

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    You mean at Western?

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    Quote Originally Posted by old okie View Post
    Aha. Thought maybe it would be more apts.

    Weird, though, that the City allows the developers to BURN all the trees that were removed, instead of having them shredded or hauled off for fire wood and mulch. Everyone is so concerned about "haze" in the air that when the developers are allowed to BURN the trees, it must certainly add to the haze! They did the same thing for the new apts. being built by the fire station on 89th just east of Penn.
    The burn is not unusual and is only temporary. When we built a new house in Mustang a number of years ago we had to clear out a few large trees and got a city permit to burn them instead of having them hauled off. If it was something that would add permanently to the "haze" it wouldn't be approved.

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    Any Non-processed timber is considered natural and is allowable to burn within the city limits with the proper permitting. The city will charge approx. $80.00 minimum to allow the burn. The wind must be below 10 mph and you are anly allowed to burn dring daylight hours. I'm sure the firefighters at one of the cities busiest stations are thrilled to have apartments in the back yard of the station.

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