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By Jessica Cunha, StittsvilleCentral, August 3, 2017

Many Beaverbrook residents are concerned after discovering Hydro One has marked trees on their properties. A number of homeowners discovered orange spraypaint on their trees last month. Neighbours, concerned about what the markings could mean, sent a flurry of emails back and forth.

The trees, many large and more than 50 years old, are located within Hydro One’s easement for its power lines, which extends 12 metres on either side of the centre line. The corridor overlaps the backyards and properties of at least 125 homes in the area, as well as the Kanata Golf and Country Club…

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