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Reported in the Trees category by Martin Mackenzie at 13:13, Wed 3 June 2009

Sent to Weymouth and Portland Borough Council 2 minutes later

Every morning at the stroke of dawn I am woken up by these bloody noisy crows which are becoming pest who fly around our house each morning, most mornings landing on my bedroom window cill crowing its bloody head off , these pest roost in a very large conifer tree location in the garden marked in Rutland road which to its tips must be at least 80 ft high certainly more than your bylaws allow for, please get it removed before it get blown down doing serious damage to property or perhaps human life , or first driving me nuts , with it removed at least all my neighbours can get a good night sleep as well as my self some very prompt action on this would be very much appreciated. thank you .

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  • HI

    It's now 20 th June 2009 tree still there, crows still being bloody noisy, nothing done no reply at all as expected please pass my address to the council, 113 kitchener road so they can at least reply with an excuse not to do there usual thing nothing. Martin

    Posted by Martin Mackenzie at 09:40, Sat 20 June 2009

  • Hi all it's been four weeks now , still no action weymouth council doing there usual thing nothing , it's not them that being woke up ever morning at the crack of dawn and now the crow attacks our cars trying to rip off the windscreen wipers as well, as you can see i have left my address as well but still nothing.

    Posted by Martin Mackenzie at 13:42, Wed 1 July 2009

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 13:42, Wed 1 July 2009

  • still nothing done, whats the point in receiving another questionnaire in 4 weeks if you don't send them to the council another website all talk and no action

    Posted by Martin Mackenzie at 17:54, Wed 29 July 2009

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 17:54, Wed 29 July 2009

  • If not fixed report it here- pestcontrol

    Posted anonymously at 15:49, Thu 27 October 2011

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