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Topic: Trees in residential streets
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Posted by: Jane Arnell
Date/Time: 24/08/05 16:23:00

I live in Ashlone Road, and yesterday to my horror I found that one of the trees in our Street had been severed - no notice nothing!  It was alive and just finished blossoming.  There are some builders in the house, the tree was outside, so I wonder if they have organised for it to be taken down.  I have rung the Council but the tree man is unavailable (whatever that means!!).  I am assuming the trees are Council property but maybe they dont have to notify residents if they are being cut down.  Anybody had this experience ?

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TopicDate PostedPosted By
Trees in residential streets24/08/05 16:23:00 Jane Arnell
   Re:Trees in residential streets26/08/05 11:29:00 Sian Baxter
      Re:Re:Trees in residential streets26/08/05 12:58:00 Catherine Schade
   Re:Trees in residential streets29/08/05 22:40:00 Jane Arnell
      Re:Re:Trees in residential streets31/08/05 10:38:00 Jim Maddan
         Re:Re:Re:Trees in residential streets31/08/05 11:53:00 Jane Arnell
            Re:Trees in residential streets31/08/05 18:21:00 David Meredydd Price
               Re:Re:Trees in residential streets31/08/05 19:51:00 Jane Arnell
                  Re:Re:Re:Trees in residential streets01/09/05 18:40:00 David Meredydd Price
         Re:Re:Re:Trees in residential streets02/09/05 17:05:00 James H Smith
            Re:Re:Re:Re:Trees in residential streets03/09/05 22:43:00 Jane Arnell
         Re:Re:Re:Trees in residential streets16/09/05 14:28:00 Martin Hime
            Re:Re:Re:Re:Trees in residential streets16/09/05 14:45:00 Jane Arnell
   Re:Trees in residential streets09/09/05 12:44:00 Martin Hime
      Re:Re:Trees in residential streets09/09/05 14:01:00 Jane Arnell
         Re:Re:Re:Trees in residential streets - Another one down!16/09/05 13:59:00 Sian Evans
            Re:Trees in residential streets - Another one down!30/09/05 13:19:00 Anne-Marie Lewis

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