The branch fell after the Menlo Park city arborist denied a request to remove the tree, according to a Sharon Heights resident.
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Original post made on Jul 9, 2021
It looks like really bad carma, to me
Menlo Park really needs to find a new arborist. This is just another example of an unsafe tree being denied removal. Luckily no one was hurt this time, who knows what will happen next time. Maybe it's time to find an arborist that actually knows how to do their job and puts safety above protecting dangerous trees?
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