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Fall Leaf Pickup ------- Nov. 26th

by Press Release
November 13, 2018

FALL CURBSIDE LEAF PICKUP

REPUBLIC SERVICE WILL BE PICKING UP LEAVES AT CURBSIDE THE WEEK OF NOVEMBER 26, 2018

ALL LEAVES MUST BE IN COMPOSTABLE BAGS  OR LOOSE IN TRASH BARRELS. PLASTIC BAGS  WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED ALL LEAVES MUST BE AT CURBSIDE BY 6:00 A.M. ON YOUR DESIGNATED TRASH  PICKUP DAY. ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE CALL THE SELECTMEN’S OFFICE AT 508-429-0608. THE    MARSHALL STREET RECYCLING CENTER IS ALSO OPEN SATURDAYS FROM 8:00 A.M. TO 3:00 P.M.

 

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