This photo, taken on Monday, shows the partially denuded landscape left behind by tree clearing to expand the parking at Bluffton's Oyster Factory Park. The extra spaces will double the number of vehicles and boat trailers that the lot can accommodate. Meanwhile, Bluffton’s Beautification Committee has unanimously recommended using town funds to replant some of trees at the park.
This photo, taken on Monday, shows the partially denuded landscape left behind by tree clearing to expand the parking at Bluffton's Oyster Factory Park. The extra spaces will double the number of vehicles and boat trailers that the lot can accommodate. Meanwhile, Bluffton’s Beautification Committee has unanimously recommended using town funds to replant some of trees at the park. Jay Karr jkarr@islandpacket.com
This photo, taken on Monday, shows the partially denuded landscape left behind by tree clearing to expand the parking at Bluffton's Oyster Factory Park. The extra spaces will double the number of vehicles and boat trailers that the lot can accommodate. Meanwhile, Bluffton’s Beautification Committee has unanimously recommended using town funds to replant some of trees at the park. Jay Karr jkarr@islandpacket.com

Bluffton committee laments loss of Oyster Factory Park trees

February 22, 2016 02:07 PM

UPDATED February 22, 2016 08:57 PM

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