TEXAS – Sugar Land residents fight to save trees lines along First Colony road

ABC 13:  Sugar Land residents fight to save trees lines along First Colony road

By Natasha Barrett
April 28, 2014
Some people living in a Sugar Land neighborhood are upset. They say their HOA is going to take out nearly 30 trees running along a neighborhood street. The First Colony HOA wants to remove the trees along Edgewater Drive between Colonist Park and Waters Way in First Colony. But they’re one of the reasons neighbors Patty Newton and Vickie Bolen moved near Edgewater Drive 25 years ago. “The birds can’t say anything about it so somebody has to be here to fight,” Newton said.There’s no grass underneath those trees. Plus, the trees in the median are planted so close together, the roots are intersecting; and, soil runoff is flowing into the storm drains. Now, First Colony Community Association announced it’s going to remove 29 trees to solve the problem. But not everyone agrees. Read more:

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