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posted: 5/28/2013 5:25 PM

Grayslake attacking emerald ash borer:

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Grayslake has started its attack on the emerald ash borer. Crews on May 22 began using a preventive treatment for the insect on public ash trees throughout the village. The treatment project started in the English Meadows subdivision and has been progressing south in other subdivisions and areas throughout Grayslake until it is completed. TruGreen Lawncare was hired for the task. The work is expected to take two to three weeks, weather permitting. Trees will not be treated on weekends or holidays. For information, contact Grayslake's request for service system at (847) 223-8515.

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