DBKL chops 173 high-risk trees after inspecting 1,500 in Kuala Lumpur

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The Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) has been busy identifying and removing hazardous trees in the city. They chopped down 173 trees classified as high-risk after inspecting a total of 1,500.

This move prioritizes public safety by preventing accidents caused by falling trees or broken branches. The inspection process likely involved checking trees for signs of decay, disease, or damage that could compromise their structural integrity.

While some residents may be concerned about the removal of trees, DBKL's actions are likely aimed at mitigating risks and ensuring the safety of Kuala Lumpur's citizens. It's important to note that DBKL may also have plans for replanting trees in suitable locations to maintain the city's green cover.

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