According to a staff report, redwoods should not be planted where they have to rely on irrigation or where they will eventually obstruct someone's view. They should not be planted within 50 feet of a structure or septic system or leach field, and should not be planted as a hedge.
The guidelines were drawn up by the Conservation Committee and have been reviewed twice by both the Architectural and Site Control Commission and the Planning Commission.
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