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Who is hiring in California for the 102 million dead trees?

Discussion in 'Employment Forum' started by GlenWimpy, Jan 26, 2017.

  1. GlenWimpy

    GlenWimpy ArboristSite Operative

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    Who is hiring? I hear there are 102 million dead trees and that people are hiring ?
     
  2. Dennis Rash

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    Give me a shout if you are looking to head out west
     
  3. GlenWimpy

    GlenWimpy ArboristSite Operative

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    Glen 901 484 9918

    I'm taking:
    1 new caterpillar 2017 259D
    2 2017 Chev 2500 HD pick up
    3 2006 GMC 2500HD
    4 16 ft big tex dump trailer
    5 16 ft big tex flat trailer
    6 chipper truck
    7 Vermeer BC 1500 Chipper
     
  4. GlenWimpy

    GlenWimpy ArboristSite Operative

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    Thanks Dennis! I sent him an E mail!

    I owe you a good Lunch!
     
  5. beastmaster

    beastmaster Addicted to ArboristSite

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    Glen if your still interested and want options, we have a 5 year contract. You and your equipment can make bank out here in California doing bug trees. Its a pretty good deal and the moneys always on time. Its a billion dollar project. Come get a piece of pie. Pm me.
     
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  6. Ted Jenkins

    Ted Jenkins Firewood by TJ

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    I live in the San Bernardino mountains and have not heard of any sizable projects going on. It is possible above Bakersfield that there is some thing that I do not know about. In my area we wrapped up many millions of dollars in projects about 10 years ago. It was a crazy time. Keep every body posted how it is going. Thanks
     
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    I'm from San berdo area my self. We have no more pines left to die in our mountains. Phelp&Jordon has some big projects here in central Calif. For pg&e and cema.
    A few company's from arrowhead, Crestline, big bear are up here, and a hundred more from all over the usa.
     
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    I am hiring climbers and crews around Sonora

    Sent from my Moto G (4) using Tapatalk
     
  9. GlenWimpy

    GlenWimpy ArboristSite Operative

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    Call me or send me your number....Thanks Glen 901 484 9918 GlensTreeServiceMemphis.com
     
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    Hi my name is Steven and I have 11 years of climbing exp. I am looking to do some contract climbing where ever I can. My number is (573) 718-1623. Call for any additional info and job references.
     
  11. jefflovstrom

    jefflovstrom It was a beautiful day!

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    Just like 2003, and beyond,, I will stay here,
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