Some new landscaping in Baldwin Park is causing a line-of-sight problem for the Cady Way trail where it crosses Baldwin Park Street over by 436. Some new trees have been planted on the southwest corner and it obstructs the view of east bound drivers as well northbound users of the trail. There is a stop sign there for the trail users, but it is widely ignored.
The thumbnails in the album crop the left and right, so you have to click to see what I am talking about.
I’m not sure who to tell about this. If it is the Orlando traffic engineers, then I will have to go over there with my camera and tape measure and then come home and fire up some CAD software to “prove” to them there is a problem.
Going to the builder would be the easiest way, but I don’t know how much he can deviate from the landscaping plan. This involves moving a tree or two, so it won’t be free. Since these are new trees it would cost less to do it now rather than waiting a few years.
Maybe the Orlando building inspectors? I think they have to approve landscaping plans now, just like regular building plans.
I’m open to ideas.