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Subject: Tree Groups
From: Paul Hawksford
Date: Dec 17 2008 23:36:37

Ron

I understand to a point your defect led approach, but ask you to consider the 
probability of significant harm from a tree on a piece of land that is rarely 
used. That probability may be one in a billion or more. Are we as Arborists 
not independently objective in our assessments and therefore suggesting that 
financial resources are better spent elsewhere? 

My lord, is that the time........


Paul Hawksford 
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