It seems standard practice for Galvan Partners to fell every tree on the lot soon after acquiring a property. This practice has been witnessed time and again--at 25 Union Street, 123 Union Street, 9 Union Street, 356 Union Street. So it's puzzling why Galvan Partners has not removed a tree behind another other of its Union Street holdings: 238 Union Street.
Unlike other trees Galvan has felled, all of which were living and some of which were heritage trees to be valued for their antiquity, this tree is dead. Neighbors are concerned that if the tree should fall on its own, it would take the utility lines to their houses down with it.