Articles Tagged With ‘tree removal’




Prized eucalyptus tree chopped down at SLO High

A eucalyptus known as the “Big Tree” has been chopped down at San Luis Obispo High School as part of a planned remodel of the campus, upsetting numerous members of the community. The old eucalyptus... (Continue reading)

SLO High tree removal sparks protest

The San Luis Coastal Unified School District has angered neighbors of San Luis Obispo High by announcing plans to cut down large trees on campus and replace them with new buildings. Protesters expressed their outrage... (Continue reading)

SLO County supervisors extend oak tree, reservoir ordinances

The San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday to extend a temporary regulation that prohibits the removal of oak trees without a permit. In a separate unanimous vote, the supervisors extended an... (Continue reading)

Animal sanctuary sold to the Resnicks, deforested

By KAREN VELIE Trustees of a San Luis Obispo County animal sanctuary sold 1,100 acres of the reserve to Justin Vineyards and Winery, a company owned by Stewart and Lynda Resnick, CalCoastNews has learned. Specifics... (Continue reading)

PG&E destroys 20 palm trees at The Graduate

By KAREN VELIE After a large eucalyptus tree crashed into a power line, PG&E destroyed 20 older palms trees located at The Graduate Restaurant and Nightclub in San Luis Obispo, even though the removal appears... (Continue reading)

SLO workers, committee battle over crooked tree

City workers say a downtown San Luis Obispo tree should be cut down because it is damaging the sidewalk and creating safety and drainage issues, but an often-ignored city committee insists that the tree must... (Continue reading)

South County landowner chops 100 oak trees

A rural Arroyo Grande landowner has recently cut down approximately 100 oak trees on his property, angering neighbors about the devastation of nature. [New Times] Nick Stephenson the proprietor of Arroyo Grande’s Pro-Tech Landscape Management,... (Continue reading)

Arroyo Grande council teetering over tree removal policy

While reluctant to do so, the Arroyo Grand City Council may amend city policy in order to make the process of removing problematic oak trees more manageable. This is after the council denied an ill... (Continue reading)