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Ocean Springs residents are trying to save this gnarly tree on Jackson Avenue.
KAREN NELSON/SUN HERALD Ocean Springs residents are trying to save this gnarly tree on Jackson Avenue.
KAREN NELSON/SUN HERALD Ocean Springs residents are trying to save this gnarly tree on Jackson Avenue.

Is this tree worth saving? Angry residents ask board to stop developers from cutting old cedar

January 20, 2016 06:23 PM

UPDATED January 21, 2016 02:48 PM

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