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City offers free trees ahead of baseball stadium demolition

Date Posted: 2007-01-25

Onoyama Baseball Field, a historic landmark in downtown Naha City, is to be razed ahead of construction of a modern sports facility.

Dozens of mature trees lining the stadium at Onoyama Park are being offered free to the public. A city official says “trees have ground up around this historic baseball field, and I would like some people to take care of the trees.” The trees are free, but recipients are responsible for transportation and transplant costs.

Bottle palm, pygmy date palm and coral trees are all available. The trees have been offered on the city web site for several months, but there have been no takers. An official says “If you are interested, I’d invite you to visit the baseball field and look at trees you may take.” Added information is available from the Board of Education Sports Section (098) 891-3504.

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