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Marlborough announces residents may use landfill for storm clean-up

Marlborough – The city of Marlborough’s Department of Public Works has announced that beginning Saturday, Nov. 10, residents may drop off branches and/or tree limbs from private residential properties that have accumulated as a result of Hurricane Sandy at the former Hudson Street Landfill Site.

Only single family, two-family and three- family residential properties, and only tree debris associated with this storm, will be allowed to be dropped off.

The hours of operation and location for this storm debris site are as follows:

Location: 402 Hudson Street – “Former Hudson Street Landfill Site”

Time: Monday through Saturday,  8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Duration: Nov. 10, 2012 through Nov. 17, 2012

(excluding Sunday, November 11, 2012 and Monday, November 12, 2012 Veterans Day)

The following requirements/restrictions listed below will apply and be strictly enforced:

1.  Marlborough residents (ONLY) with a proof of residency to enter debris site (license, registration, tax bill)

2. Wood and brush must be separated at the disposal site

3. No private contractors or commercial vehicles will be allowed into the site location and/or allowed to dump storm debris

4. Trailers in lieu of pickup trucks will only be allowed if bed size is the same size as a pickup truck.

Residents who have collected any tree debris associated with this storm event from their private property may dispose of these materials in compliance with the above conditions.

If residents have already placed storm debris within the right-of-way layout (or more specifically on sidewalk areas) they need to make arrangements to bring this storm debris to the Hudson Street location.

The city will not be picking up private property debris from this storm event curbside.

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