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Dead Tree Removal at 1413 Washington St, Roxbury

3 trees are all Dead
OPENED 2 days ago #101002889002
Dead Tree Removal at 1413 Washington St, Roxbury

Dead Tree Removal at Intersection Of Washington St & Waltham St, Roxbury

OPENED 2 days ago #101002888993
Dead Tree Removal at Intersection Of Washington St & Waltham St, Roxbury

Dead Tree Removal at 11 Mather St, Dorchester

Is this a City owned tree situated on the sidewalk? Yes
OPENED 2 days ago #101002888969

Dead Tree Removal at 50 Homes Ave, Dorchester

Is this a City owned tree situated on the sidewalk? Yes
OPENED 2 days ago #101002888970

Dead Tree Removal at 35 Richview St, Dorchester

CLOSED Case Resolved. Tree removed. - 2 days ago #101002652217
Dead Tree Removal at 35 Richview St, Dorchester

Dead Tree Removal at 265 Forest Hills St, Jamaica Plain

Not to mention the branches left to rot. Half assed job not up to your usual standards but may be not Franklin Park...
CLOSED Case Noted. No work needed at the time of inspection. No hazard to the public. - 2 days ago #101001874782
Dead Tree Removal at 265 Forest Hills St, Jamaica Plain

Dead Tree Removal at 49 Rogers Park Ave, Brighton

Dead tree in rogers park, by the tennis courts.
CLOSED Case Resolved. Tree removed. - 2 days ago #101002145188
Dead Tree Removal at 49 Rogers Park Ave, Brighton

Dead Tree Removal at 10 Maryknoll Ter, Mattapan

Is this a City owned tree situated on the sidewalk? Yes
OPENED 2 days ago #101002888900

Dead Tree Removal at 614 Massachusetts Ave, Roxbury

Is this a City owned tree situated on the sidewalk? Yes | Comments: Prune tree to remove dead section of the crown
OPENED 2 days ago #101002888840

Dead Tree Removal at 22 Kerna Rd, West Roxbury

Is this a City owned tree situated on the sidewalk? Yes | Comments: When looking at this house, it is the tree on the right. This tree is lifting the curb and sidewalk as well as the foudnation of the home, effecting the constiuents basem...
CLOSED Case Noted. For the Boston Parks Department to remove a street tree for this reason we need proof of the roots damaging the pipes. Proof needs to include pictures/videos and bills from a plumber that show the roots from the City tree growing into the pipes. Proof can be sent to 1010 Massachusetts Ave Boston, MA 02118 3rd floor. Attn: Tree Maintenance Division. If you have any questions you can also call 617-635-7275. . Additionally roots do not break sewage pipes, they will however grow into a sewage pipe if the pipe is old and broken, but trees do not have the ability to break a pipe. Here is the link to the Boston Water and Sewer, sewer lateral replacement program. http://www.bwsc.org/SERVICES/Programs/sewer_lateral.PDF. - 2 days ago #101002879081
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