Tress will be pruned in the Axedale and Heathcote areas as part of Powercor's annual vegetation management works.August 8, 2014 3:33am
Powercor has started its annual vegetation management works in the area, including Axedale and Heathcote.
The works program, developed in conjunction with the City of Greater Bendigo, will involve pruning of trees and the removal of trees identified as a safety risk.
Powercor and council staff have developed a vegetation management plan, which aims to preserve trees where possible.
All affected residents will be notified of works in their area.
Powercor encourages appropriate planting of low-growing trees near power lines.
For information, contact Powercor’s Garry Carberry on 5338
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