That is a fungal leaf spot disease. This year's rainy conditions have made them worse than normal. I would ignore it and it will not usually keep on infecting new foliage so much after the summer heats up and dries out a little. Fungicide sprays containing chlorothalonil can be helpful if used following rainy periods but I don't consider them necessary and this disease won't kill your tree.
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