Storm clean-up continues in Manchester, with residents bringing broken tree branches and brush to the curb following Tuesday’s severe weather.
The City of Manchester says tree debris clean-up will continue through next Friday, September 3rd. Residents can continue placing their tree debris on their curb and city crews will continue making the rounds around town picking it up through the end of next week. The debris does not need to be cut into small pieces.
Tree debris can also be brought to the city compost site during regular hours.
Earlville was also among the communities in the path of Tuesday’s storm. Due to the amount of storm damage materials, the City of Earlville says they will not be providing tree/branch removal service – that will be the responsibility of property owners.
On Wednesday, the City of Earlville opened the former City Dump site, which is located at the southern end of Fairview Drive. This is only to be used for tree debris by Earlville residents within the city limits – and the debris should be a manageable size, under six feet in length.
The former Earlville City Dump site will be open from sunrise to sunset through September 25th.
photo courtesy of Janelle Tucker/KMCH