Why is the city trimming the trees in the subdivision?

The City of Bowling Green Arborist Division is trained in pruning the smaller trees to remove dead or disease branches, crossing branches, and branches that impact pedestrian or motor vehicle clearance.  We are train pruning now to encourage good form and structure will result in a stronger, healthier, more storm-proof mature tree.

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1. Why does the city plant trees under the power lines knowing they will need to be trimmed later?
2. What are the green bags on trees?
3. Can the city arborist look at my trees in yard?
4. Does the city trim or remove trees?
5. Why is the city trimming the trees in the subdivision?
6. Can the city arborist look at my ash trees for emerald ash borer?
7. Who do I call for a tree limb on the power lines?
8. What is the procedure for planting a tree in the tree lawn area?
9. What size of tree can I plant in the tree lawn?