The Hanford Parks and Recreation Commission will consider permission to remove two large dying oak trees at 502 W. Grangeville Blvd. during a meeting on Monday.
Diaz Law Firm, the owner of the property, requested that the trees be cut down, saying the trees threatened public safety. Michael Dias, owner of the 502 W. Grangeville estate and founder of the Dias Law Firm, said he wanted to keep the trees but drew the line when it started to get dangerous.
“It’s a safety issue here now,” said Michael Diaz. “There are people in my office.”