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Storm Debris Pickup in Stratford, Nov. 12-17

Storm debris items must be kept separate from regular yard waste.

The following message is posted on the Facebook page of Mayor John A. Harkins:

"Public Works will make one final storm debris pick up through the entire Town beginning Monday, November 12 through November 17.

Storm debris items must be kept separate from regular yard waste. Both types of disposal will be picked up separately.

Once Public Works has been through and cleaned your street you will be responsible to transport and dispose of any additional storm debris at the Transfer Station.

The Transfer Station will be open for extended hours November 12 through November 18 from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m."

Karen E Daden November 08, 2012 at 02:59 PM
It's a shame that the utilities have not learned. It is time to update the 19th century girds to the 21st century. There are technologies that will place wires under ground and protect substations. One only has to look to Europe, especially the Netherlands and Great Britain. Yes there is a cost to this. Maybe CEOs could contribute some of their outrageous salaries. This is not the last "hundred year" storm we will see.
Diane Wirtemburg November 11, 2012 at 03:46 AM
Karen, what the heck does your comment have to do with this article about storm debris pickup?
Kathy Esposito November 13, 2012 at 04:52 PM
How do I find out when they will be in my neighborhood (Linda's Run & Reeds Lane)?

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