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The City currently does not have a comprehensive municipal management strategy that addresses how to manage existing and future trees. Ordinances are no substitute for a well-considered City-wide...
The City currently does not have a comprehensive municipal management strategy that addresses how to manage existing and future trees. Ordinances are no substitute for a well-considered City-wide tree management plan. Http://www.isa-arbor.com/tree-ord/ is a great resource from which to develop Management Strategies that result in sensible ordinances that not only benefit the City and property values, but will also be agreeable to property owners. The City currently has minimal (and ineffective) Ordinance provisions to manage and maintain City trees (public, street trees, private). I believe the development of a comprehensive tree management strategy should be explored and considered by the City Council. It’s time Plymouth live up to its Tree City image.
Sep 2, 2014 by
Scott Silvers (5 points)