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Reply #191: Yes, but you aren't supposed to let them get that close to start with. [View All]

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Lionessa Donating Member (842 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Oct-25-11 02:19 PM
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191. Yes, but you aren't supposed to let them get that close to start with.
That's the thing. It is every property owner's responsibility to keep their their trees so-n-so (don't know the distance) far from power lines. If you don't you should get a notice that they will be doing it if you don't, then they do it. My notice clearly said that if I wanted a "proper and professional" trimming, then hire someone before such-n-such a date.
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