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Devonport Council’s landscaping a fiery and slippery slope, resident fears | The Advocate


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Tonnes of woodchip mulch, “highly flammable” plants and a council decision to remove a group of trees from a landslip area have created a potential disaster for a Devonport neighborhood. At least, that’s according to East Devonport’s Christopher Mills, who has been left fuming after butting heads with the Devonport City Council over its recent landscaping efforts. Mr Mills’ house adjoins a steep, 800 square metre parcel of land currently classified as a medium-active landslide zone -according to the Department of State Growth. READ MORE: New power poles in old spots in Spreyton ‘ridiculous’ He said the block had stabilised for years by a collection of trees, their roots holding the steep slope in place. “November last…



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