Tree Trimming(severe public safety Issue) someone will get hurt soon-maybe fatal!!! Archived

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New Haven


Tree Trimming


1564 times


New Haven - Ward 03




tree, snow, road safety

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Giant limbs keep falling from both trees in front of residency. One of the trees has been damaged by lightning. Neither tree has been trimmed in the last couple of years and the limbs have grown Dangerously big and unsafe.It is understandable that there is a backlog and you guys might be backed up but months or even years is not acceptable AT ALL... I clearly described the severity of this problem and from your response it sounds like you're not taking it seriously. Taxes are up to date on this house as well as Bill's, maintenance and anything that has to do with it. Therefore months or years is unacceptable and I need someone to get there ASAP conduct an evaluation do immediate tree trimming and put on the cut down list ASAP. This is a public hazard in a heavily populated residential area... as I explained before there have been vehicles that have been damaged due to giant tree limbs falling on them. As time goes by limbs are longer bigger and heavier and when it rains or there is wind the limbs get heavier and just fall. When the weather starts getting worse and the winter gets here snow and ice is going to be a big factor. They do not ask or say excuse me before falling. They are coming very close to the house gutters, windows, Etc. As I said before they have not landed on a person yet but it is just a matter of time before it happens. Someone will get severely injured or killed. I need someone to get in touch with me and let me know what is the next course of action to take when there is an extreme situation that can cause for someone to die or get really hurt? Do I need to call the mayor's office, the news, or who


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