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VEGETATIVE DEBRIS COLLECTION SCHEDULE
Beginning Tuesday, September 10, 2013, the Town of Glasgow Public Works Department will pick up vegetative debris from Town residents, consisting of bagged leaves and grass, shrub and tree trimmings, every second Tuesday of the month.
Town Code, Chapter 8, states that debris shall not be placed for collection in such a manner as to obstruct gutters, drains, walkways, alleys or streets. The Town Code also states tree limbs and branches shall not exceed five (5) feet in length, and a unit of debris shall not weigh in excess of ninety (90) pounds.
Collection of shrub and tree trimmings and other such items will only be collected if they are generated by the occupant. Any contractor-generated items are the responsibility of the resident. The Town will not collect tree branches as the result of the removal of an entire tree or trees.
*Vegetative debris must be separated from other trash and debris to be picked up.
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