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Our Views: Cheaper by the gallon

Thumbs up: To plans to restore the Nature Trail in DeKalb. The panel that will work toward restoring vegetation along the trail, which was cleared last month by ComEd, includes representatives from the utility, the park district that maintains the trail and the public that enjoys it. In a letter to the park district, a ComEd official said the utility will “work with the panel to create a long-term sustainable plan for the trail” that will take into consideration aesthetics, wildlife, erosion and the still-present high-voltage lines. By replacing invasive species with native ones and considering plants that are less likely to interfere with the lines – thereby reducing or eliminating the need to trim or clear them in the future – the trail c

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