In 2019, Invasive Species Measures Caught Attention of Legislature

In 2019, Invasive Species Measures Caught Attention of Legislature

posted in: August 2019 | 0

Now that the deadline has passed for Gov. David Ige to issue his vetoes, it’s possible to give a final accounting of the environmental bills that made it through to acts in the 2019 legislative session.

Three of the bills that became law deal with invasive species.

Act 13 (Senate Bill 464) gives private property owners the right to cut down or trim albizia trees on adjoining vacant properties if a certified arborist has determined that the albizia pose a hazard to the owners’ health or property. Entry is authorized if the owners have . . .

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