Ismael Santos, left, Jose Jiminez and James Mitchell placed an Imperial honey locust into its new home at Triangle Park on Thursday as part of the $1.3 million in improvements taking place there. The park's original Bradford pear trees were removed because many were dying.
Ismael Santos, left, Jose Jiminez and James Mitchell placed an Imperial honey locust into its new home at Triangle Park on Thursday as part of the $1.3 million in improvements taking place there. The park's original Bradford pear trees were removed because many were dying.
Ismael Santos, left, Jose Jiminez and James Mitchell placed an Imperial honey locust into its new home at Triangle Park on Thursday as part of the $1.3 million in improvements taking place there. The park's original Bradford pear trees were removed because many were dying.

Locust trees planted as part of Triangle Park's transformation

September 30, 2011 12:00 AM

UPDATED September 30, 2011 06:31 AM

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