Thursday, July 12, 2012
Photo: Diane Edwardson, July 8, 2012. A month ago, Davey tree trimmers damaged about 40' of fence adjacent to Corralitas Walk, a public right-of-way between the 2 Freeway and the Red Car Property. (Click on photos to enlarge.)
CalTrans contracted with Davey, who
butchered trimmed the large trees on the 2 Freeway adjacent to Corralitas Drive & the Red Car Property. The fence has not been repaired, nor the large tree branches removed.
Photo: Diane Edwardson, July 10, 2012. Aesthetics were apparently not considered when they
butchered trimmed the trees in the 2 Freeway parkways. The Red Tailed Hawks still use the trees to launch hunting forays onto the Red Car Property.
Corralitas Walk is a 9'8" wide, public, pedestrian right-of-way we got in return for losing our second means of vehicle access to Allesandro Street when the 2 Freeway was built. Corralitas Walk connects Corralitas Drive to Allesandro Way (not Allesandro Street). Corralitas Drive has one means of vehicle access: Rosebud Ave.