Reston Association’s employees are working to remove a large tree that collapsed into Lake Thoreau during a recent storm.
Unlike previous trees that were removed with a crane, the tree in Lake Thoreau is being removed with saws and the help of boats.
RA also worked in coordination with a homeowner to make the project happen.
“With every project, we make sure it’s done safely and in a safe manner,” said Ali Khatibi, RA’s Central Services Facility manager, in a recent Reston Today video.
The homeowners association only removes trees on its properties. To request tree removal, residents should call 703-437-7658.
Video via Reston Today/YouTube
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