Decatur hires Brookhaven’s arborist

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt October 19, 2016
Brookhaven City Arborist Kay Evanovich, center, receives Tree City USA Community recognition from Arbor Day Foundation President, Dan Lambe, left, and Georgia Forestry Commission Director, Robert Farris, right. Photo provided by the Brookhaven Post.

Brookhaven City Arborist Kay Evanovich, center, receives Tree City USA Community recognition from Arbor Day Foundation President, Dan Lambe, left, and Georgia Forestry Commission Director, Robert Farris, right. Photo provided by the Brookhaven Post.

Decatur has hired a new arborist.

The Brookhaven Post reports that Kay Evanovich has resigned her job as arborist in Brookhaven to take the Decatur job. She replaces India Woodson, who left the city in July for a job in South Carolina. The city hired Woodson as the lead enforcer of its revised tree ordinance.

Brookhaven had positive things to say about Evanovich and said her last day with the city will be Oct. 28.

To read the full story from the Brookhaven Post, click here.

City Manager Peggy Merriss confirmed Evanovich is the city’s new arborist. Her official title is Landscape Infrastructure Coordinator. She will start Oct. 31.

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