BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ -- The township will hold a special clean up on Monday, March 19, to pick up “everything you can get to the curb” that fell as a result of Storm Quinn, Mayor Bob Woodruff announced on Thursday.

Union County will be assisting the township. 

Township Administrator John Bussiculo said, “There will be a continuous sweep of the town for that debris.  DPW crews will circulate the township once.  The township is trying to get a head start on the regularly scheduled spring brush collection, he said.

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The debris does not have to meet the 4-inch diameter standard used for regular spring yard waste collections, nor does it have to be any specific length.

Residents are asked to place the branches at the curb, away from fire hydrants.

The next regularly scheduled spring brush collections will begin on April 2. The schedule is on the calendar on the township's website.