My question involves civil rights in the State of: CA
The back-slope of my property in a hill-side development is adjacent to a cul-de-sac local residential street with limited one way access. The City planted numerous large stature including highly inflammable pine trees identified by both LA and Orange County officials within limited lot width. This slope area identified as affirmative - landscape management easement did not have any provision for negative "screen trees" easement in the document shown on my Title Report. The City refused to remove the congested trees that should have been spaced at 30 feet apart (limb to limb) or limit the tree height to no more than 3 feet from the upper slope pad elevation as suggested in the community landscape guideline. In addition, the City limited the property owner right to maintain or trim the trees in protecting the property or safety. Please let me know how an individual can protect his right under this circumstance.