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Re: Gum Yamadori

Postby [ Kane ] » April 7th, 2017, 7:41 am

kcpoole wrote:Bummer, Got home yesterday in time to get photos, but council had already been and chopped it out and removed it :palm:

Ken


Your council is too quick, mine has responded (via FB), but I've not heard from the tree guys yet - the tree is still there. If only I had a chainsaw!
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Re: Gum Yamadori

Postby kcpoole » April 7th, 2017, 8:57 am

[ Kane ] wrote:
kcpoole wrote:Bummer, Got home yesterday in time to get photos, but council had already been and chopped it out and removed it :palm:

Ken


Your council is too quick, mine has responded (via FB), but I've not heard from the tree guys yet - the tree is still there. If only I had a chainsaw!

Probably because the tree ripped up the footpath and would have provided a elevated risk to public. If some idiot climbed on it or tripped the council would be liable so the hurried to fix it :-(

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Re: Gum Yamadori

Postby Rickerson » June 20th, 2017, 7:27 pm

That's nice, i would trunk chop it.
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