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Arlington Cemetery would spare just 8 of nearly 900 trees in expansion

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Arlington National Cemetery revised its expansion plans after area residents protested the need to cut down 900 century-old trees, but its new plan, unveiled this week, shows that the cemetery intends to spare just eight of those trees and cut down 822 others. The rare follow-up study done by the Army Corps of Engineers helps "balance our needs" at the cemetery by sparing some of the trees that...

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