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Tree Removal in Great Falls- Beginning August 13, 2012
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Tree Removal Project in Great Falls

August 13, 2012

Tree Removal in Great Falls
Delegate Barbara Comstock


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Richmond, Virginia 23218


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P.O. Box 6156

McLean, Virginia 22106


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Dear Friend,

I have heard many of your concerns regarding dangerous trees in our community that are either dead or in decline. I share your concerns, and wanted to update you on upcoming tree removal project scheduled in your neighborhood and direct you to a press release from VDOT that was sent out on Tuesday, August 7th.

After a detailed review of trees in the VDOT right of way, VDOT plans to remove a total of 59 hazardous trees from the Great Falls area beginning on August 13th. The project is expected to take about three weeks to complete. The trees that are currently scheduled for removal are located on River Bend Road, Browns Mill Road west of Difficult Run, Beach Mill Road, Georgetown Pike, Walker Road, and Utterback Store Road.

VDOT plans to begin this project by taking down two trees on 700 River Bend Rd and across the street from 630 Walker Road. Then, they will continue removing the rest of the trees on River Bend, before going to Browns Mill Road. The contractor plans to work along the side roads before 9:00am; then proceed to Georgetown Pike and work between the hours of 9:00am-3:00pm. Please be aware that some of the work on this project will occur on Saturdays.

For VDOT's complete press release and for additional contact information should you know of some other trees that you would like inspected, please click here.

Should you have any additional questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact me at [email protected] or 703-772-7168.


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