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Posted on: April 20, 2017

[ARCHIVED] Pick-Up of Storm Debris

The town does not normally provide brush pick up, but in light of the severity and magnitude of the March 8th wind storm, the town engaged in a clean up operation. 

"Sstorm Damage" includes branches, tree limbs, trunks and stumps. It is to be presented roadside within the 15' right of way. We can not go on private property to retrieve brush or stumps. 

We will NOT be picking up yard clean up that contains pine needles, leaves or grass clippings.  We have completed the first pass and we are currently 50% done with the second and final pass. If you have not gotten your brush out to the curb by our second pass, you will have to make arrangements to have it disposed of properly.  

Thank you for your continued cooperation.

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