Someone has been trimming trees, primarily along Sierrita, and leaving the cut limbs on the sidewalk and in the street. Limbs are a tripping hazard. John Currier, Landscape Committee Chair, cleaned up some and asked Yellowstone if they would pick up the rest while they are out.
This unauthorized tree trimming needs to be stopped to prevent further damage. Leaving the cut limbs creates a tripping hazard and cutting some infected trees (Fire Blight bacteria and Ash dieback) then cutting uninfected trees will spread the diseases to the uninfected trees. Appears that most of the trees that have been trimmed were from homeowners’ yards that were growing over the wall and encroaching on the sidewalks. John Currier originally used to trim back these trees; but with the diseases currently present, he stopped trimming homeowner’s trees for fear of infecting healthy trees after trimming them.
Please contact Jack Corder at Corder & Company (firstname.lastname@example.org, 505-896-7700) to report any trees that need to be trimmed.