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RE: Back to Summer Limb Drop

Subject: RE: Back to Summer Limb Drop
From: Addison, Gilbert
Date: Aug 14 2006 12:29:40
Bill - I'm surprised that a practitioner such as yourself would order
execution rather than reduction of "hazard beams".

Gilbert Addison
Tree and Countryside Officer
Breckland Council
Tel: 01362 XXXXXX
Fax: 01362 XXXXXX

-----Original Message-----
From: [] 
Sent: 14 August 2006 12:20
To: UK Tree Care
Subject: Re: Back to Summer Limb Drop

In a message dated 14/08/2006 11:55:33 GMT Standard Time, writes:

I have  been called out to several and one of
the tree gangs here working on a  contract are complaining that they
getting interrupted from day tp day  stuff with call outs of SBD, almost
daily (at least 2-3 a  week).

Then again it's been windy here and we've had some storm damage, the
of trees I've looked at both had hidden defects as well.
As to the question: if a dog bites someone it get's a warning, if it
does it 
again it get's shot. I believe that's how the Law looks at these things.
me a tree shedding a major limb is a bit unfortunate, shedding two (on  
seperate occasions, with the second not being as a result of the first
one  hitting 
it) is starting to look iffy. 'A history of branch failure' even. I'd
take it 
from there Graham.


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