That was the case for Phyllis J.
Sep 12, The utility company is willing to pay for this because the maintenance could avoid potential damage. That pepper tree could yank down my power cable or that palm frond could fall on the pole and cut electricity to the whole stumpcutter.barted Reading Time: 4 mins. Oct 14, It may result in a tree with a Y-shaped or L-shaped notch in its branch structure. Tree wardens and utility companies are in an inescapably tough position. If residents think a tree Author: Roy Berendsohn.
Mar 31, Electric company tree removal: A property owner's rights. Herb Beattie (stumpcutter.bare AT stumpcutter.bar) sent along a summary of Tuesday night's meeting about the rights property owners have when AEP/PSO (our local electric company) comes onto the property to cut back or remove trees: The homeowner owns land within easement, subject to utilities rights to use the easement for the delivery Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins.
Aug 17, Some utility companies are claiming they have a right to cut down trees, often mature trees, pursuant to this easement requirement. The question is: Do you have to allow the company to enter your property and destroy your trees?
The answer is maybe yes, and maybe no. What follows are some factors that may resolve this stumpcutter.barted Reading Time: 4 mins. Jan 08, Contact your local utility company who will take a look and, if need tree stem removal, trim the tree back for safety.
(Note: utilities will usually not cut trees that interfere with your service drop – the line from the pole to your house – as that is the responsibility of the homeowner.) Fruit Trees and Neighbors. Sometimes these tree branches hold.