BETHESDA, Md. — After complaints from two nearby residents and a call from County Council member Roger Berliner temporarily halted tree-cutting operations Friday at a Potomac campground, the National Park Service said it plans to resume the tree-cutting and will probably do so in the next few days, according to Bethesda Magazine.
John Noel, deputy superintendent for the C&O Canal National Historical Park, told Bethesda Magazine that he went to the Swain’s site to examine the trees. He agreed that the trees are rotting and in danger of falling on park users below.
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