The Tree Commission is comprised of five members, which includes the Building Inspector and Village Administrator. The three resident members each serve a three year term. The Commission is empowered to review applications currently pending before either the Zoning Board of Appeals and/or the Planning Board and issue recommendations to either board with respect to any aspect of the application which may impact trees, shrubs and/or related plantings.
Trees designated as protected may not be removed unless the Tree Commission determines, because of their condition, that they are a danger to persons or property or that they are diseased and cannot be saved. Pursuant to the Village Code, the following trees are protected: American beech tree; European beech tree; Eastern white pine; American elm; Ginkgo; Canadian hemlock; American sycamore; Littleleaf linden; and Larch.
|Lou Tucci||General Foreman|
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- New Village Administrator Selected
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