The Town of Vienna says that a dozen new trees will replace the ones Wawa removed — but wasn’t supposed to — for its upcoming Maple Avenue spot.
A Town of Vienna Facebook post today (Friday) said that Wawa mistakenly removed three trees and “several other small and dead ones” from town-owned property adjacent to the site (245 Maple Avenue W.) yesterday.
“The tree removal was due to an onsite misunderstanding and human error,” the post said.
Within the next few weeks, Wawa plans to add 12 new trees in the alley and property “as close to six-inch caliper trees as possible,” the post said.
The town noted that representatives from Wawa “acknowledged that their action was not in compliance with the approved site plan.”
Image via David Levy & Associates
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