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Hudson curbside pick up and disposal of fallen tree limbs

Hudson – Due of the number of downed tree limbs, the Hudson Public Works department will be offering curbside pick-up throughout the town. Because of the extent of the damage, it will take several weeks to cover the entire town, but, beginning immediately, residents may place brush along the side of the road in a manner that doesn’t obstruct either the road or the sidewalk.

In order to facilitate the pick-up, brush should be cut in four foot lengths and stacked as neatly as possible.

If you do not wish to wait for the pick-up by the town, BP Trucking has offered to assist by accepting all downed branches, brush and tree limbs at the Transfer Station on Cox Street. The transfer station operator will be charging its normal fees by weight for debris disposed of at that location.

The transfer station hours are Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Saturday, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. The transfer station can be reached by phone at 1-978-567-9694.

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