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Name: Janine Johnson
Email:janine.johnson@att.net
Location: Forum Place
Address / Street: 3515 Primrose
City: Grand Prairie, TX
Date: Wednesday, June 22, 2011 at 16:43:47
Comments:
There are 2 large cotton woods right up against my fence that blow cotton in my and several of my neighbors yards. Last year I had to replace the compressor in a 2 year old airconditioning unit because the cottonwood had clogged it up so bad it burned up the compressor. This cost me about $1000, and that was just labor. It also clogs up the filters on my pool and my neighbors pool, and harbors snakes. We would like to cut the trees down, but they are on PID property. What can we do?

Name: Doug Fuller
Email:fullerdf@sbcglobal.net
Location: Forum Meadows
Address / Street: 3410 Socrates Dr.
City: Grand Prairie, TX
Date: Monday, April 19, 2010 at 22:43:26
Comments:
The Live Oak trees planted on the west side of Forum Drive are very close to the property line. In time, they will grow so large that my back yard will be too shady to allow gardening or existing shrubs and grass to survive. Eventually they will be so large that the fence will be damaged by the roots and/or the trunk. In the median, that would not be the case and in other areas that may not be an issue. But for my property, the trees are an issue ... if not now, eventually. Is anyone else concerned about the loss of solar energy or damage to your property?

Name: Concerned Homeowner
Location: Forum Estates
Address / Street: Forum Drive
City: Grand Prairie, TX
Date: Thursday, July 20, 2006 at 13:49:01
Comments:
Why is the PID planting trees in 100+ degree heat? It's great that we are getting trees, but trees should be planted in cooler weather. The leaves are already turning brown on the trees that were planted a few days ago. Are the trees guaranteed or will the PID have to pay to replace them if they die? Do we pay extra to the landscaping company to care for them in this heat?

Name: Concern Resident
Location: Cimmaron Estates
City: Grand Prairie, TX
Date: Wednesday, March 8, 2006 at 11:50:15
Comments:
My question is why do we continue to pay a homeowners fee at the price at Cimmaron Estates, when this could be reduce. This price should be reduce due to the fact we are taxed for the PID. The PID pay for the same things that our homeowners pay for. And why don't we receive info concerning our homeowners money. Because that money could have been used better then that little so call park that was built.

Name: Edward Schauer
Email:edwardschauer@comcast.net
Location: Cimmaron Estates
Address / Street: 3319 Desert Sage
City: Grand Prairie, TX
Date: Saturday, December 24, 2005 at 20:38:07
Comments:
I have notice twice that we have a off duty grand prairie police officer that " patrols the area " But the last two times I have seen him, He was located on the 4 way stop area in front of lost mesa and I cant help wonder what's the point in being in the back? He was there about 2 hrs on wend dec 21, 05 in the same location. I donít have a problem with him working but he needs to move around so that people see he is there.

Name: Anonymous
Location: Forum Estates
City: Grand Prairie, TX
Date: Tuesday, August 16, 2005 at 14:46:17
Comments:
It is a disgrace to see homeowners that do not take pride in how their house looks on the outside. It is just pitiful that some homeowners let their wood fences rot, fall down, and remain in complete disrepair. What can be done about this?

Name: Gary Moore
Email:gdmoore01@
Location: Brookfield Estates
Address / Street: 2611 Hopkins Dr
City: Grand Prairie, TX
Date: Friday, June 17, 2005 at 22:13:49
Comments:
How about keeping us up-to-date on any information and/or progress on brick wall repairs needed north of Forum Dr bordering Brookfield estates?

Name: John Smith
Email:Jsmith@aol.com
Location: Brookfield Estates
Address / Street: my street
City: Grand Prairie, TX
Date: Wednesday, June 8, 2005 at 08:46:44
Comments:
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