Wednesday, November 16, 2011


Patch reports the TC had to okay an emergency funding and more may come:

Last night, the Maplewood Township Committee approved an emergency contract for $110,000 for hauling away trees and branches from the Oct. 29 snowstorm, but the costs are even greater, said Mayor Vic DeLuca, with no sign of emergency aid on the horizon.
DeLuca reported at the Monday, Nov. 14 meeting that a first sweep of the town to clear storm debris had been made in every area except Washington Park, half of Hickory Drive and the area above Wyoming Avenue. DeLuca said that debris in those areas would be cleared by Tuesday evening, Nov. 15. He said that the town would begin leaf removal starting in the Hilton neighborhood by Thursday, Nov. 17 and then review the leaf pickup schedule and adjust it as necessary.

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