Former Seattle Mariners first baseman John Olerud won a neighborhood dispute when the Clyde Hill Board of Adjustment ruled that homeowners across the street must remove two trees that obstruct his view of Lake Washington and the Seattle skyline.
Can you believe it! John Olerud, won dispute with neighbor to cut down to trees to make his view better! The trees in question are one rare Chinese pine and the Colorado spruce tree and they are way tall and were there before the olerud bought their, 4 million dollar house. I saw this article in the Seattle Paper today. Congratulation on their ‘Win I think? My question is? Do we have many shades of green?
WE advertise that we drive green cars, and build with recycled lumber but are we really all that green?
I guess we will have a lot of recycled lumber after these; two 65ft trees are cut down for a much better view. I guess I should not say much; a Nice view of the Seattle Sky Line and Lake Washington would be fantastic I just can answer this question, would I cut down two huge tree to make my view go from 30% to 65 %.What would you do! How green are you!