Granville Tree and Landscape Commission
Friday work session – May 22, 2015
Present: Don Hostetter, Don Pheneger, Lynne Kishler
Discussion was held about the memorial for Bea Mack for Opera House Park. An account has been set up at Park National Bank for the money that has been donated.
Bill Wilken from St. Luke’s has notified us that the concrete work on the steps is complete. The railing will be installed after the concrete has cured. The awning that overhangs the entrance to their offices and also Harry Bolen Park is in the process of being replaced. The village will remove the magnolia near the entrance which was damaged by ice this winter.
Louise Denny advised Don H. about a branch from a sycamore tree in front of the Robbins Hunter Museum that needs to be trimmed back.
Lynne Kishler raised concern about a sycamore tree under power lines on N. Main St. just north of the Methodist church. It has been heavily trimmed and dropped a heavy branch stub near the sidewalk.
Steven Michael at 273 East Maple St. has sent a letter requesting an ash tree in the tree lawn be removed. It was trimmed by Asplundh recently during the trimming cycle, but was not removed. Don H. has sent the request on to Terry Hopkins.
Don H. has been in communication with Jeremy King about accessing the village’s Davey Tree Inventory and downloading it for Logan Smith, the DU summer student intern.