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IMPORTANT VILLAGE OF RIDGEWOOD LEAF COLLECTION UPDATE

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Ridgewood NJ, from the Village of Ridgewood ,Important Leaf Collection Update 11.20.18

IMPORTANT LEAF COLLECTION UPDATE

Due to recent weather events the LEAF PLACEMENT DATES for the following areas will be adjusted in order to give ample opportunity for leaf clean up.
Area D Revised Leaf Placement Dates: Nov. 13 – Nov. 25 (second pick-up)
Area A Revised Leaf Placement Dates: Nov. 23 – December 2 (third pick-up)
Area C Revised Leaf Placement Dates: Nov. 29 – December 9 (third pick-up)

7 thoughts on “IMPORTANT VILLAGE OF RIDGEWOOD LEAF COLLECTION UPDATE

  1. Let me simplify the schedule for you…
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    Revised leaf pickup.
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    Whenever we get around to it.
    We also reserve the right to ticket you at our whim.
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  2. I love snow mixed into leaves.
    Doing a great job give yourself a pat on the back for being so on organized. Your people can’t even figure out how to do leaves. Saw them on organized.

  3. Resident,,,ALLs that ‘s needed is the Frozen Christmas Trees curbside in blocks of snowy filthy ice as in seasons past..

    ps train station plowers perhaps NJT destroyed the curbing up there for 4 th year in a row in the lot aside the town Electronic sign.Simple to apply breaks and less ramming into the curbs lawned area..we intend to rework that lot For the Mini Coopers of the richer Tiers up there ?
    We are fools run by fools.

  4. It’s only leaves.

  5. Thanks for clarifying that Raker.Happy ((leafy) Thanksgiving to all.

  6. The crew took care of the snow / leaf piles on my street today for which I’m grateful.

    The guys work hard and they do a good job.

    But afterwards the street looks like Antietam even after the street cleaner worked both sides of the street.

    Tell me again why we don’t we have the vacuum leaf truck ..?

  7. They used a vacuum truck in front of my house. Ridgewood owns on but it seems to be used primarily on the busier street . . . maybe because logistically, it’s a smaller piece of equipment and allows traffic to continue to flow?

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