Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Lot C: The More Things Change...

Photo: Diane Edwardson, June 16, 2016.  Arrow is pointing to drywall dumped in January, still on Red Car Property's Lot C in June, along with the guy living in the truck, and the tidied and migrating piles of debris.  The trees benefited from a reasonable amount of rain last winter.  (Click on photos to enlarge.)
Photo: Red Car Property Neighbor, October 2, 2016.  Last week, neighbors said a couple of guys, joined by the LAPD, paid a visit to the guy living in the white truck.  Later the same day, he and his truck were gone.  The pile of drywall, now a moldy mess, is still there.  

The trees were trimmed badly.  I wouldn't expect that pine tree to make it though an earthquake or a massive rainstorm.  That type of pine tree tends to lean, but poor trimming will hasten its demise.  All of the trees in this shot are on the Red Car Property, including some protected California Black Walnuts.  According to the architect of the Riverside Drive Lots, they have permission from Red Car Property owner to place the fence and, apparently, butcher the trees.  The Red Car Property extends about 20' downslope, to the right of the plywood fence.
Photo enlarged from previous shot.  Maybe in another 20 years the drywall will biodegrade.