From Landmark To Sawdust



Arizona Public Service contracted with Asplundh Tree Experts Co. to remove a large tree at the Payson Dermatology office.

Delfino Herrera, pictured, is halfway through the bottom section of the tree, as wood chips and sawdust fly.

The construction of this medical office building allowed for tree growth into the future. According to a spokesperson at Payson Dermatology, the roots of the tree were beginning to cause adverse structural changes in the building and the tree needed to be removed.

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