At nine o’clock in the morning Commonwealth Edison’s tree hackers were back at work on the block where we reside on Lake Avenue.
Although branches were being fed into a chipper, ones in front of our house remained untouched.
The lead guy said a chipper on the other side of our lot would get them.
That’s when I noticed trucks had returned for a second pass along the street.
This time, the cherry picker lifted the worker high enough to get branches above the highest lines.
Previously, the trees above the lines that run between my neighbor’s and our home were trimmed