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The Autumn Nor'easter has left Cheshire residents with the task of trying to figure out exactly what to do with the numerous branches and tree limbs that came down during the storm.
Cheshire Town officials announced over the weekend that the Town will be accepting brush, branches, and log debris at the following locations:Bartlem Park in the parking area just past the Skate Park on the right; Mixville Park on the left pass the guard shack; and Quinnipiac Park along the left side of the main access road.
Residents can dispose of their debris during the daylight hours, including Saturday and Sunday.
Also, the Cheshire Town Council will meet on Wednesday, Nov. 9, to discuss and approve a plan for town-wide collection of brush and debris. Once that plan is officially approved, it will be announced by Town officials.
Approximately 92 percent of Cheshire has seen power restored, according to Connecticut Light and Power. As such, the Town has closed its emergency shelter at Cheshire High School.
However, the Cheshire Public Library will be opened today as a warming and charging center for those who remain without power, and will be open for such use until 5 p.m. tonight.