I hope the council has billed the AAPA for the …

Comment on Woman’s narrow miss as sacred tree sheds branches by R Henry.

I hope the council has billed the AAPA for the cleanup. What chance the building owners can get damages from AAPA?
Then also there could be a payout from AAPA for the woman for related stress and future uneasiness when walking near trees?

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Woman’s narrow miss as sacred tree sheds branches
@ Concerned: More than a few of us at a reasonably distant time past did decide that as common sense was not any longer common then what it is that we are calling for is uncommon sense which does not mean to say it will be any easier to find these days.


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