The tree in front of 1335 friendship has been a menace for months. In June a heavy branch fell and broke my entire back car window out. I have been fighting w/ risk management for my money to be returned and have been given the run around. All summer this tree has lost its branches and neighbors have complained. Still nothing. The tree is dead, dying, or diseased and needs to be cared for and or cut down and REPLACED.
Today we have a tornado warning and I have watched 5 large branches fall while children on bikes and the trash men have unknowingly put themselves at risk, beneath this time bomb.
My neighbors have all reported the tree. Last they were told there were 200 trees ahead of this one for inspection. How is that possible? Ive been calling (risk management, who told me they were waiting for Fairmont park department to do something) since June. My next door neighbors been calling since spring? Somebody is asleep at the wheel. I wonder if those crooks stealing tax payer $ have to put their 4 yr old toddlers life at risk because of a failed, slow, inefficient, and apathetic bureaucratic system.
This is such bureaucratic bs! I've contacted all major networks including a producer at NBC 10 who wants to sift through this nonsense. I want results fast! Watch the news... You'll see me. Get this tree handled AND I want my money back for my car that was damaged, just under my deductible too.
Angry, disgruntled, and hopefully soon to be ex Philadelphian/taxpayer,