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Janette Briere, left, and Judy Forbister raise protest signs in front of a tree harvester being loaded on a flatbed trailer on Turner Road Tuesday. - CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin
Janette Briere, left, and Judy Forbister raise protest signs in front of a tree harvester being loaded on a flatbed trailer on Turner Road Tuesday.
— image credit: CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin

Janette Briere, left, and Judy Forbister raise protest signs in front of a tree harvester being loaded on a flatbed trailer on Turner Road Tuesday.

The women were with a group of about 12 people protesting at the site this week against development through the Nelson Woods and Oliver Woods, which they said will include a road cut through a wetland area.

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