Council relaxes tree chopping rules

Kimberly Rubio

Assistant editor

The city of Uvalde on Tuesday voted to relax ordinances regulating the removal of heritage trees and the sale of farm products within city limits including eggs, chickens and rabbits.

The city defines heritage trees as live oak, pecan, cypress or cedar elm trees that are 4.5 feet in height and 24 inches or greater in diameter.  The previous ordinance defined heritage trees as those that are 2 feet in height or greater and at least 24 inches in diameter.


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