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Can board cut down trees without consent of owners?


Board voted to cut down eleven trees in parking island. While they need some care, none of the trees are dead or dying and no outside arborist has deemed them to be so.. No owners were notified. Is this a material alteration? Can the board pre-emptively do this without notice or justification of input from owners? What can be done, especially when other landscaping issues would seem to be more pressing than cutting down trees that are not dead 

Second, this work is being done without any competing bids by a company that has promised board more than $40,000 in rebates from its landscaping contract. Is this routine practice? The bid for the work contains no cost breakdown, no plant list, no itemized list of type of materials to be used. Is there something wrong here?

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