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    Matt Skehan, director of Waterville Parks and Recreation, right, examines the bark of a 120-year-old elm tree in Castonquay Square in Waterville as Noah Tucker of Bartlett Tree Experts, left, Waterville City Manager Michael Roy and Dave Higgins observe on Wednesday, November 30, 2016. Efforts are underway to determine the health of the tree. (Photo by David Leaming/Staff Photographer)

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    At the base of this towering 75-foot elm tree city officials discuss the health the tree known as "Ellie" in Castonquay Square in Waterville on Wednesday, November 30, 2016. Efforts are underway to determine the health of the tree. (Photo by David Leaming/Staff Photographer)

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    Noah Tucker of Bartlett Tree Experts, left, speaks with Matt Skehan, director of Waterville Parks and Recreation and Dave Higgins about the health of the 120-year-old elm tree in Castonquay Square in Waterville on Wednesday, November 30, 2016. (/Staff Photographer)

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    Noah Tucker of Bartlett Tree Experts examines a spot where this 120-year-old elm tree was injected with material to help resist Dutch Elm disease on the tree in Castonquay Square in Waterville on Wednesday, November 30, 2016. Efforts are underway to determine the health of the tree. (Photo by David Leaming/Staff Photographer)

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