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LOS ANGELES (AP) When coconut trees are harvested, they are shipped to a logging plant for processing.
The process involves harvesting a tree, cutting it into pieces and storing the pieces in containers.
The trees are then transported to a processing facility, where they are cut into small pieces and processed.
The pieces are then sent to a warehouse for processing, which in turn sends them to the forest floor for further processing.
Some of the logs are sold to an expo in Southern California, where the logs can be sold for timber processing.
But for many coconut trees, they have to be shipped to the logging facility.
The log is shipped in a container to the U, then shipped to L.A., where it must go through the processing process at a processing company.
It takes up to two weeks for a coconut tree to be processed, and it is usually shipped to an American hub.
There are about 4,000 log processing facilities in the United States.
About 3,600 of them are located in the San Fernando Valley, where it is hard to find a location that is close to a coconut processing facility.
Many of them rely on a small community in the town of La Mesa, just south of Los Angeles.
A large number of the logging facilities in Southern L.
Asa County are located within a short drive of a local community.
“There’s no place that is more close to us,” said Jim Stoddard, a spokesman for La Mesa.
“If you drive in there, it’s just a stone’s throw away.”
Stoddards’ home town is surrounded by logging roads, which are often blocked by coconut trees.
He said that he knows about the logs being shipped to La Mesa because his father has worked in the logging industry.
“We’ve had many instances where they’ve come into my town and the log was on the road, and I’m the one driving around trying to stop it from going,” Stoddars said.
He pointed to the nearby town of Lake Merced, which is adjacent to the Log Processing Plant, where he lives.
“They’ve come in there every day and it’s always closed.
It’s always been closed.
And that’s really the issue with the logging,” Stoodards said. “
The problem is, they know where the logging roads are, and they’re just going in there and there’s nothing there.
And that’s really the issue with the logging,” Stoodards said.
The Log Processing Company in La Mesa said it does not comment on individual cases, but said the company has made efforts to get its facilities closer to the community.
The company said that it was the largest log processing facility in the country, processing about 7 million tons of logs a year.
But La Mesa residents say they have no idea what happens to the logs that end up in La Paz.
“I think we have a very good deal here, but we have to keep it real,” said Michael Schulman, who lives in La Pena.
“A lot of the time we have the same old problem of getting the logs in, and then we have other things going on that we don’t want.”