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26 March 2017


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How about thinking of ways and strategies to keep the trees instead of just removing them. I love those trees.

I was in Rabaul for a period in 1969. Later I was stationed in Rabaul as regional manager of the Plant & Transport Authority for the New Guinea islands in 1978-79.

I can recall no problems associated with the magnificent stand of trees described in this article.

Regarding tree roots' interfering with the road substrate,In the 15 years that I was associated with Rabaul I can never remember that occurring.

Victor Vutliu's excuses are merely mauswara.

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