To Whom It May Concern:
I have a tree directly in front of my house on the side walk, that has and is causing huge damages to the entire side-walk. This is a hazard as my neighborhood is predominantly elderly folks, that walk alone or with their pets on daily basis. As temperatures drop and ice begins to build, this is of a huge concern to all of us, and we'd like to know how can the city assist to remove this tree. The cracks on the side-walk can easily cause anyone to trip and fall, with this risk increasing a great deal when snow falls or are covered by unseen black-ice. Can you please provide us with information on what is the procedure to follow so this tree can be removed and the side-walk repaired before someone get badly injured?