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January 27, 2017


Susan Sullivan

Interesting Paul. We live in a very heavy clay area. North Cambridge and W. Somerville. The water table is high because the moisture does not penetrate and go down, hence damp basements. Trees, vegetation does well but flooding can occur. Phil is constantly trying to combat it. Enjoy your summer retreat.

Jeffrey P Piccoli

So the take away from this tale is walnut trees on Oliver St?

Paul A. Tamburello, Jr. aka pt at large

i wish. The only walnuts that show up on Oliver Street will be from Star Market!

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