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ramdalinMo, I can tell from your post that this has gotten under your skin. Please talk it out face to face and at the Fence line. He may or may not be totally aware of the size and scope of this problem. Here where I live, when I started redoing fences 10 or so yrs ago, we were using a contractor and his D-7 Cat.
We both agreed to doze a ROW that was wide enough, that if a tree at the edge of the ROW fell it wouldn't take out the fence. That has saves our fence many times over. Also allows you or him to be able to drive down, visibly check or shred their side of the ROW . Keep it Clean, Brush sprayed etc,etc. That will be beneficial to both of you, and temperaments. If 1/2of the ROW is not as wide as the Major Over Story Trees on either side then you will ALWAYS have this problem every time the wind changes directions, or Storms Big!!!
At least if he does this and never goes back down that ROW you have cut Your Future Headaches by 97%. Hope this helps!
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