Monday, December 30, 2013
Storm debris and clean up
Residents are asked to place brush between the sidewalk and the road for pick-up.
Please cut branches to 4 foot lengths. Collection will begin in January and may take several weeks to complete.
“Meridian Township is working hard to assist residents in anything they need during this crisis. Although clean up may take weeks, we want to assure our residents that we care and this opportunity is available,”said Raymond Severy, Director of Public Works & Engineering.
Smaller branches and limbs can also be dropped off at the Christmas Tree Recycling sites at Wonch Park (4555 Okemos Road) and Nancy Moore Park (2100 Gaylord C. Smith Court) until the end of January.
Meridian Township provides much needed information during this ice storm crisis for residents including reporting downed lines, gas leaks, staying warm, and taking care of pets at www.meridian.mi.us.
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