Martindale Trees Cut Down in Hunting and Conservation Posted January 10 · Report reply Seems to be some omitted data on this situation. Was there a restrictive covenant on this piece of land that the owner was unaware of, at time of possession. Was it a blatant disregard on the part of the homeowner. Missing information. A number of us who fish the area were quite impressed on how well groomed the land is. As a result, now the family there enjoy the water front, which we have observed a number of times. Right or wrong, the planting of 25 trees should not deter the family and children enjoying the water front. Most here will never see said piece of land, less one is out in a canoe/yak.