The Dept. of Public Works came out to the Green space between Bosworth and Chenery and cut the dangling tree limb into smaller pieces, Michael Waldstein reports. It’s now clear that the branch/limb had a large cavity on the top where it was connected to the main tree. It had appeared to be half cracked off but now it’s possible to see that it was closer to 90% opened up.
FYI, the green space that parallels Bosworth exists because Islais creek flows beneath it in a culvert, from the park out to the main sewer connection. No building is allowed on the space in case DPW ever needs to deal with the buried pipe that carries the creek’s water.