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Tree cut down at White Sands Beach
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Feb 14, 2014 | 655 views | 1 1 comments | 23 23 recommendations | email to a friend | print
A tree that was cut down at White Sands Beach was found on Feb. 7. (Photo courtesy of Kodiak Island Borough)
A tree that was cut down at White Sands Beach was found on Feb. 7. (Photo courtesy of Kodiak Island Borough)
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Someone cut down a tree at White Sands Beach and left it behind last week.

A freshly cut spruce tree was found Feb. 7 at the beach, which is at the end of Monashka Bay Road, according to Kodiak Island Borough Code Enforcement Officer Neil Horn.

“KIB views such acts seriously and if caught a $1,000 fine per tree can be imposed,” he said in an email. “Not only is this vandalism, but it ruins the countryside and beaches for other nature lovers.”

A group of scouts from Troop 626 will be selling the wood from the tree as a fundraiser for the troop, he said.

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February 14, 2014
just like the burglaries that are happening, how about the Troopers actually patrolling at night when a lot of these crimes are taking place. If we didn't always get the "no trooper is on duty" and "they'll look into it in the morning" routine, maybe things might be different....just saying...
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