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The Town of Cheshire is conducting a collection of tree and brush debris from Storm Alfred on all public town and state roads (collection trucks will not be going into condominium complexes and commercial or industrial roads).
Only tree and brush debris from the storm will be collected. This should not be used as an opportunity to perform general yard cleanup. Loose chips or other materials will not be collected. Debris should be placed as close to curbside as possible without encroaching on roads or sidewalks, or creating site line issues.
The collection will be done in quadrants as listed below. Pick up began in Quadrant 1 on Monday, Nov. 14, and will proceed to successive quadrants as each area is completed. It is expected that the program will take a total of six or seven weeks to complete coverage of the entire town.
Quadrant 1: west of Route 10 and south of Route 68
Quadrant 2: east of Route 10 and north of Route 68
Quadrant 3: west of Route 10 and north of Route 68
Quadrant 4: east of Route 10 and south of Route 68
Cheshire the Town's website at www.cheshirect.org for updates on the progression of this program.
Not that the Connecticut Department of Transportation is currently collecting resident's debris along state roads (Route 10, Route 68, Route 70, and Route 42). Residents along these state roads should place their material at curbside as soon as possible. Visit the Connecticut DOT website at www.ct.gov/dot for updates.