Vol. 5 Issue 49--12/06/18 (3/3)

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Robert Claeys, a seasonal worker for Sarnia's Parks and Recreation Department works his way through the oak trees of Canatara Park. For years the city removed the leaves for composting, but now the leaves are mulched and left on the ground to decompose. Lead hand Shawn Keck said said leaves are either blown into the brush of mulched and left on the ground to decompose and fertilize the trees. <br />
He said the city recently purchased lawn mowers with mulching attachments. <br />
Four workers dealing with leaves. Seasonal workers finish Dec. 7.<br />
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"We get a lot of phone calls if the park isn't kept clean of leaves," he said
Robert Claeys, a seasonal worker for Sarnia's Parks and Recreation Department works his way through the oak trees of Canatara Park. For years the city removed the leaves for composting, but now the leaves are mulched and left on the ground to decompose. Lead hand Shawn Keck said said leaves are either blown into the brush of mulched and left on the ground to decompose and fertilize the trees.
He said the city recently purchased lawn mowers with mulching attachments.
Four workers...
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