A regional leadership meeting was held by Framingham and neighboring towns to talk about NSTAR and their policy on drawing a balance between keeping vegetation so that it does not disrupt the power lines.
As of now, Selectman Chair Charlie Sisitsky said NSTAR has been guilty of making different promises to different towns and they must be consistent in their policy across all towns in the area.
The issue was discussed briefly at Tuesday night's Selectmen meeting.
On Wednesday, residents in Saxonville were reporting NSTAR was cutting trees again.
Also on Wednesday Town Meeting member Caraline Levy took these photos and sent them to Framingham Patch.
NSTAR has maintained "Trees are the number one cause of power outages and we have an obligation to do everything in our power to prevent them. Tens-of-thousands of customers rely on those lines for reliable electric service so if there's one issue involving a tree it has the potential to affect the power of tens-of-thousands of people," said spokesperson Mike Durand.