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Pedestrians using the city’s new path around Cleveland Heights Golf Course will be shaded — eventually — as a result of work being done by city crews this week. Parks and Recreation staff started planting 68 bottlebrush, pine and crepe myrtle trees along Cleveland Heights Boulevard yesterday. The focus is on trees with shallow roots to avoid problems with underground utility and fiber optic lines, a supervisor said.
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If all goes according to plan, the City of Lakeland will be dedicating a short seawall near the Lake Hollingsworth parking lot a year from now. More