Wednesday, January 30, 2013
A lengthy fight over a view-blocking cedar in Shoreline’s Innis Arden neighborhood ended Monday with workers trimming the tree back to about a third of its size.
From our news partner, The Seattle Times
Art Wright stood in his driveway in the rain, looking at the big Western red cedar towering over his front yard.
The cold Monday morning’s stillness was broken by the sound of chain saws revving up. Wright watched as workers began cutting off the top two-thirds of the tree and many of its vast branches.
Monday’s trimming of the stately red cedar ended a three-year battle between the Wrights and their Innis Arden neighborhood, an exclusive community in Shoreline.
See the full Seattle Times story here