Bolinas Community Public Utility District
Ordinance No. 34
Amends Ordinance 30
Ordinance No. 30 is hereby amended to include the following provisions in
the places indicated:
II. G. Dangerous Tree: Any tree or other plant which is
capable and likely to fall or shed limbs such as to constitute a danger to
persons or property, including but not limited to that which would amount
to a public or a private nuisance.
VI. A. Dangerous trees in right of way:
1. There shall be a fund maintained
on an annual basis for the purpose of removal of dangerous trees.
2. Subject to Board of Directors’
review, the General Manager shall choose which such trees shall be removed
and allocate available funds for their removal according to the following
criteria, no single one of which shall be controlling:
a. the degree
of harm or damage that might be done by the tree weighed against its likelihood
b. the cost
weighed against the benefit;
or not there is an offer by a private party or parties to participate in
the project by donating services, materials, or money;
or not there is a demand or request by a private party or parties that the
district remove a dangerous tree which threatens his or her person or property.
3. The General Manager shall
publicize from time to time in such manner as he or she deem effective, the
District’s purpose to remove such trees from its property and invite the
public to notify the District of such trees.
This ordinance takes effect thirty
days after adoption, following public posting and publication in a newspaper
of general circulation not less than 7 days before the effective date.
PASSED AND ADOPTED this 16th Day of
June, 2004, by the following vote:
AYES: Amoroso, Bertsch,
McClellan, Siedman, Smith
Signed: Joan Bertsch, President - Board of Directors
attest: Philip Buchanan, Secretary to the Board