Friday, July 25, 2014

Limb pickup planned after storm

By The Herald Staff | 6/2/2014

Residents who are looking to dispose of tree limbs that snapped off in Sunday night’s windstorm can pile them next to the curb in front of their homes for a one-time city pick-up Monday, according to a city public works department news release.

Public woks crews plan to collect limbs from private yards at curbside, making one pass through the city Monday. Residents are encouraged to pile their limbs at curbside as soon as possible, the release said. To make collection easier for the machinery and to limit possible damage to yards, residents should stack limbs parallel and close to the street curb, the release said.

Residents who are looking to dispose of tree limbs that snapped off in Sunday night’s windstorm can pile them next to the curb in front of their homes for a one-time city pick-up Monday, according to a city public works department news release.

Public woks crews plan to collect limbs from private yards at curbside, making one pass through the city Monday. Residents are encouraged to pile their limbs at curbside as soon as possible, the release said. To make collection easier for the machinery and to limit possible damage to yards, residents should stack limbs parallel and close to the street curb, the release said.

Collections cannot be made in alleys because of space limitations, public works officials said.

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