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1. What is a certified arborist?
2. What should I ask for when I am hiring an arborist or tree company?
3. What happens when a tree is infested with emerald ash borer (EAB) , or diseased with oak wilt and/or Dutch elm disease and is marked for removal?
4. What constitutes an infested ash tree?
5. What constitutes a tree diseased with oak wilt or Dutch elm disease?
6. What can I do to save my other ash trees?
7. Are there things I can do to protect my elms from Dutch elm disease?
8. What can I do to protect my oaks from oak wilt?
9. What does DBH mean? What factors influence how much a tree will cost to remove?
10. How did the tree inspector determine property lines, and what if I don’t think the tree is on my property?
11. What if there are power lines over my tree?
12. Does the stump have to be ground out and removed?
13. How do I dispose of the wood?
14. Should I notify the City when we finish control treatments and tree removal?
15. What If I don’t think I can remove my infested/diseased tree or properly dispose of the wood within the required timeline?
16. How do I know if my property has been re-inspected and meets the insect/disease control guidelines?
17. Does the City mark infested and diseased trees on its own property?