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Date Notified
PhotosPhotosPhotosType of Tree to be removedNumber of trees to be removedTree LocationReason to be removedDate RemovedPosted to Website
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7/25/2017 (A) (B) (C)Willow Oak1Corner of Wake Forest Road and Benson Circle at Davis Residence HallWith expansive decay ​where all the limbs attach, there is a high risk of continued limb failure. The tree is located in an area with frequent vehicle and pedestrian occupancy, so the tree will be removed as soon as possible.7/26/2017(A) limb failed on this Willow Oak last week, so I went up in the bucket truck this morning for a close inspection. ​(B)There is substantial decay where the limbs are attached to the tree and the decay extends down into the trunk.
(C)In the next photo you can see where there is a vertical fracture in the wood behind where the limb failed. (D)The large lowest limb has a decay cavity that extends to the trunk.
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7/20/2017Willow Oak1With no root system on the East, or West side and obvious signs of extensive decay, this Willow Oak is a high risk for failure under normal weather conditions7/22/2017This basal cavity on a Willow Oak was brought to my attn by Jim C. I inserted a 4ft probe into the cavity and discovered the cavity extended beyond 4ft​ and up into the heart of the trunk. In the next pic you will see a cavity where a branch was removed. I'm sure the cavity extends up to at least the branch cavity. The basal cavity is at least 90in across and probably extends all the way through to the curb side.
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7/18/2017Cherry Tree1Benson/Tribble CourtyardTree is dying.Will plant a Japanese Snowbell tree in the same location.
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7/7/2017Red Oak1NCA # 5This tree has internal decay is close to NCA #5. It is fully exposed to wind from all directions, as well as having a confined root system. The tree is also causing structural damage to the retaining wall and walks. ASAPDue to a rash of Red Oak failures this spring I have started to identify Red Oaks with internal decay, or other obvious defects that increase the likelihood of failure. My focus will be on trees that pose a risk to people, property and utilities. If there are no obvious defects I will tap the trunk with a mallet. There is a clear audible difference between a solid and hollow trunk. Red Oaks do not compartmentalize decay well and often have decay cavities somewhere in the tree.
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6/21/2017Zelkova1The median of lot NTree is dying.ASAPThe Zelkova has no serious disease, or insect problems, is generally tolerant of urban conditions, so I'm not sure why it is dying. This is the second Zelkova to die in this median.
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6/21/2017Willow Oak1GraylynThere is extensive decay at the attachment points of many of the remaining limbs and they over hang two roads. There is frequent pedestrian traffic around this tree and the risk of another limb failure is highASAP
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6/8/2017White Oak1near HS Moore buildingSeverely damaged by lightningSummer 2017
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6/8/2017Oak Tree2NCA# 8One Oak tree has a long column of decay in the trunk, so it is a high risk for failure under normal weather conditions. The tree on the left has a severe lean towards NCA 8 and because both trees are occupying the same soil space there are no structural roots supporting this tree against the leanweek of June 12th
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6/8/2017Willow Oak1Lot P, across from Farrell HallTree received damage from a fire that was caused by MVA.in a few weeksThe second Willow Oak in lot P will be removed in the next few weeks and we will plant another Willow Oak in it's place.
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5/23/2017Willow Oak1Lot P, across from Farrell HallThis tree has extensive root decay and soil compaction from Farrell foot traffic has hastened the decline. The only remaining live limbs over hang parking spaces in lot PWe have removed half of the canopy in this Willow Oak and another third has died.  I am seeking approval to remove the tree. Committee approved. We will not re plant this site. We are looking at a redesign of the area to better accommodate foot traffic between Farrell, lot P and Hearn Plaza.
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4/6/2017Pine Tree1On the corner of Timberlake and FacultyIt has a vertical crack in the trunk and leans toward 2180 Fac DR. Parked cars, house, fence and a magnolia are in the target zone of this tree if it failed.ASAP
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4/5/2017Oak Tree1Scales Fine Arts CenterDeclining tree.week of June 12th
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2/8/2017Red Oak & Chestnut Oak2One is next to Polo entrance walkway and the other is in the natural area where students cut through.Both have significant basal trunk decay increasing the likelihood of failure.Week of spring break
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1/13/2017Short Leaf Pine Tree3Graylyn - across from the Manor HouseLeaning precariously towards the house.ASAP
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1/5/2017Willow Oak1RBCHas started to fail at a major branch union.ASAPAn RBC road is in the target zone of this tree, so I recommend removal as soon as possible.
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11/21/2016Sugar Maple1Farrell Hall, along Lot QTree is dying.Week of Dec 19th
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11/21/2016Sycamore5Parking Lot R2Trees in decline.Week of Dec 19th
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11/21/2016Leland Cypress2NCA# 8Trees are too close to the building causing security risks and blocking windows.Week of Dec 19th
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11/21/2016White Oak 1North Dining HallTree is dying.Week of Dec 19th
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11/21/2016Sugar Maple1Parking Lot A side of the ChapelAdvanced stage of decline, has been in decline for years.Week of Dec 19th
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9/23/2016Pine Tree1Is located in the natural area on the left side of Winston.There is a vertical split in the trunk9/26/2016
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9/22/2016Viburnum & Cherry Trees2Polo HallSafety concerns9/28/2016After the stumps are removed, we will overseed the area and sometime this winter we will plant one tree back in this area. Depending on size and availability the tree will be a White Oak, Bald Cypress, or Black Gum.
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9/2/2016Poplar Tree2Along the path to Reynolda Village9/2/20169/2/2016
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8/11/2016Red Oak1Reynolda Village -- located near Building 118Based on the lean, age, structure, and species of oak this tree is predisposed to failure. The targets if it falls are a building and the street.  A white oak and a red oak fell in this same location during a July storm causing damage to a building.  1st-2nd week of Sept
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8/11/2016Pine Tree1Graylyn - located to the right of the front gateThe pine is top heavy, leaning and about to fall which poses a safety concern.   1st-2nd week of Sept
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7/5/2016Golden Rain Tree1Front of Bernard Cottage GraylynOver half of the golden rain tree has dye-back and this can be a problematic symptom of older trees of this variety given our climate.1st-2nd week of SeptI would recommend planting a native ornamental type tree in its place. This would give the same size and shape we currently have without crowding the building or drive. There are some dogwoods nearby and perhaps a redbud would look nice with them in the spring.
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7/5/2016Willow Oak1Graylyn - located to the right of the front gateHas been in decline for several years due to underground lighting that was installed damaging the root system. The canopy is full of dead limbs that pose a safety concern for pedestrians and vehicular traffic. 1st-2nd week of Sept There is a newly planted willow oak nearby that will help fill the void and protect the architectural canopy once the tree is removed. 
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4/25/2016TreesMultiplePoteat Courtyard5/7/2016The trees in Poteat courtyard will be removed on Sat May 7.
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4/6/2016Ivywall at KentnerHas suddenly released and fell off of the wall in huge sheets. I believe the efflorescence from the concrete caused the vines to release.4/6/2016To replace the willow oak we are removing I would recommend planting a white oak under our current tree line boarder along Reynolda road. There have been several white pines lost in this area due to storm damage in recent years. This would help keep the forest feel in tact and continuing to support wildlife for years to come.
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3/10/2016Virginia Pines6OS1 buildingThe McCreary Field House construction site excavation has damaged the root systemscontact Wendy Wooten  5689 for removal dates.
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3/10/2016Poplar Tree2New Golf CenterThe Poplars are a sight line obstruction at the drive to the new golf center.Possibly afternoon of 3-10-16
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1/6/2016Red Maple1Backyard of StarlingSignificant trunk decay. The trunk decay is most likely from roots damaged during Byrums construction.ASAP
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12/14/2015Pine Tree1near the EH&S addition of Worrell12/16/2015
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12/10/2015Red Oak1between the entrance to Byrum and Reynolda entrance.Tree is deadweek of 12-21-15Tree care committee has been notified.
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7/6/2015Red Maple1near Spry Stadiumdied shortly after a utility trench was dug  next to it.very soon
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7/6/2015Red Maple1lot Z on Allen Easleyin decline and became infested with Scale causing severe die backvery soon
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7/6/2015
Swamp White Oak
1near the Reynolda entrance to Graylyn. Tree is deadvery soon
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7/6/2015Weeping Willow1near the Coliseum dr entrance to Graylyn.Tree is mostly deadvery soon
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6/29/2015Roses across from the Reynolda Entranceare infected with Rose Rosette Disease. Since this disease is a virus and there is no treatment, we will be removing these plants this week. Hopefully this will minimize the spread of the disease.week of 6-29-15
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6/29/2015Invasive Shrubsalong Village Trail These will be removed mechanically which will reduce the use of pesticides. Use of the trail should be impacted very minimally.week of 6-29-15
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6/12/2015Oak Tree1Reynolda Villagehas been in decline for many years. The deadwood has been removed several times already and 80% of the remaining canopy is dead, or dying. It is next to the street and poses a risk to vehicles and pedestrians.
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6/12/2015Oak Tree12598 Reynolda Rd (Human Rsources)Is mostly dead. Again this tree has been in decline for a long time, but looks worse than ever this summer. As can be seen in the picture most of the root system is covered in pavement. This surely caused the tree to die back. Cars park under this tree, so it should be removed asap.
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6/10/2015White OaksseveralThe Barnseveral trees are dying as a result of root damage during the Barn's construction and storm water runoff from the pavement.The storm water runoff floods the area making soil conditions too wet for White and Red Oak survival.
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6/10/2015Cherry Tree1Anthropology and construction entrance for the Sports Performance CenterHas been in decline for many years.
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6/10/2015Sycamore1Lot R2Many of the Sycamores have Anthracnose. This one is in the worst shape and should be removed. We have already started replacing these trees with different species as they are removed.
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