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oldtown

Florissant, MO

#1 Sep 3, 2013
I need to find out who has used what company around florissant to have tree cut down. I prefer a company that is insured. Thanks.
also has trees

Hastings, NE

#3 Sep 3, 2013
I called Gamma and got a quote but my tree is in the back and they were high let me know if you find someone.
oldtown

United States

#4 Sep 3, 2013
I did call gamma and they were the highest so far. Thanks.
Walsh

Cape Girardeau, MO

#5 Sep 4, 2013
Call Koviak.reasonable and insured.
Creepy Ass Cracka

Saint Louis, MO

#6 Sep 5, 2013
I just had some trees taken down. Don't use Mathis Landscape. They will jack you around on when they will be there and how long it will take. They will tell you they will leave the wood so you can have fire wood and then take it. Not worth it at all.
Call Big Roger

Florissant, MO

#7 Sep 6, 2013
Shield's Tree Service...Licensed, Bonded, Insured

31473924FIVE SEVEN
She Carries

Florissant, MO

#8 Sep 9, 2013
Hardin Tree Service
Florissant owned & operated, real nice guys, and very reasonable.
hardhead

Florissant, MO

#9 Sep 10, 2013
She Carries wrote:
Hardin Tree Service
Florissant owned & operated, real nice guys, and very reasonable.
if you can get them to show up,they do a good job most of the time.
Jessie

Columbus, OH

#25 Jun 30, 2014
We needed major tree removal in our entire neighborhood after a huge storm came through. Branches, trees, and logs was laid out everywhere. Luckily we got a lot of help from volunteer groups and family and friends from neighboring counties.

Jessie | http://www.a-1experttreeservice.net/resources...
hardhead

Florissant, MO

#26 Jul 1, 2014
the city needs to start removing all these trees they planted between the sidewalks and streets. what a mess they have made of the sidewalks. give the city employees something to do!
new hire

United States

#27 Jul 1, 2014
hardhead wrote:
the city needs to start removing all these trees they planted between the sidewalks and streets. what a mess they have made of the sidewalks. give the city employees something to do!
first they need to hire a new Tree Removal Department head and pay them $100,000
The Central Scrutinizer

Saint Louis, MO

#28 Jul 1, 2014
new hire wrote:
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first they need to hire a new Tree Removal Department head and pay them $100,000
We currently have that person in place, his name is Lou Jearls, Director of Public Works and with the proposed salary hike he will be making over $100k per year (also was part of the committee that decided to give himself a raise). I recently heard him speak publicly about a program that public works has in place that when a property is overgrown with weeds, tree limbs ect - if it is not properly maintained the city will step in and take care of it and the property owner will have it on their tax bill at the end of the year - wow, f'king brilliant!!!
I have yet to see any city employee in our neighborhood trimming trees & weeds or cutting grass, not ever - I do however see these problems completely ignored.
tree removal

Florissant, MO

#29 Jul 1, 2014
The city has a paid Forester on staff in the park dept. And the have a bucket lift and plenty of equipment. But they contract out all the tree removal! They don't want to put his/their safety at risk.
Your tax dollars at work.
wake up

United States

#30 Jul 1, 2014
Citizens and taxpayers, wake up
hardhead

Florissant, MO

#31 Jul 1, 2014
i don't see any city employees doing anything but driving by. how about writing some tickets for long grass and junk laying around? i guess they don't like getting out of the air conditioned trucks. if someone is on a committee that decided to give himself a raise i would think that would be a conflict of interest and shouldn't be allowed to happen. who in the hell oversees all of this nonsense or are they just allowed to do whatever they want? DAMN! no wonder the city in dire straights. there is not a city employee that is worth more than 70 grand a year.
Claire Reynolds

Orlando, FL

#40 Sep 15, 2014
It's best to get a tree removed once it becomes disease or dies. At this point, it becomes dangerous because it could fall at any point and hurt anyone nearby. You can call an arborist if you need help determining whether your tree is a danger.

Claire Reynolds || http://www.coastwidetreeservices.com.au
Tree hugger

Saint Louis, MO

#41 Sep 15, 2014
The Central Scrutinizer wrote:
<quoted text>
We currently have that person in place, his name is Lou Jearls, Director of Public Works and with the proposed salary hike he will be making over $100k per year (also was part of the committee that decided to give himself a raise). I recently heard him speak publicly about a program that public works has in place that when a property is overgrown with weeds, tree limbs ect - if it is not properly maintained the city will step in and take care of it and the property owner will have it on their tax bill at the end of the year - wow, f'king brilliant!!!
I have yet to see any city employee in our neighborhood trimming trees & weeds or cutting grass, not ever - I do however see these problems completely ignored.
Wow, is that salary a done deal? Doesn't the Mayor make more than most mayor's or city managers? Why not call a Council Person, ask for help.
Tree hugger

Saint Louis, MO

#42 Sep 15, 2014
hardhead wrote:
i don't see any city employees doing anything but driving by. how about writing some tickets for long grass and junk laying around? i guess they don't like getting out of the air conditioned trucks. if someone is on a committee that decided to give himself a raise i would think that would be a conflict of interest and shouldn't be allowed to happen. who in the hell oversees all of this nonsense or are they just allowed to do whatever they want? DAMN! no wonder the city in dire straights. there is not a city employee that is worth more than 70 grand a year.
HH has the tree and street situation improved?
Tree hugger

Saint Louis, MO

#43 Sep 15, 2014
Claire Reynolds wrote:
It's best to get a tree removed once it becomes disease or dies. At this point, it becomes dangerous because it could fall at any point and hurt anyone nearby. You can call an arborist if you need help determining whether your tree is a danger.
Claire Reynolds || http://www.coastwidetreeservices.com.au
If tree does damage to house, garage, etc. does home owners insurance cover the property? If a rental has tree damage, are they responsible? If it is on city property, does city pay? Think they would want to eliminate that sort or problem.
Anonymous

Orlando, FL

#48 Oct 3, 2014
oldtown wrote:
I need to find out who has used what company around florissant to have tree cut down. I prefer a company that is insured. Thanks.
When it comes to tree removal, how big of a difference is there between an insured and uninsured company? I have never hired that service before, but I want to be prepared for when I do. I have also heard that you want to go with a company that is a little flexible with their price ranges. Zach http://www.hodgsontreeservice.com/services.ht...

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