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Clark's Mayor Bonaccorso Requests Residents Hold Off on Placing Branches at Curb

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Clark's Department of Public Works will collect branches starting on Monday March 19. Credits: File photo
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CLARK, NJ - Mayor Bonaccorso requested residents keep branches off of the street until at least after this week's pending snowstorm.   During Monday night's council meeting, Bonaccorso acknowledged that last week's storm brought high-winds and caused numerous branches to fall.  He continued to say he needs residents to keep those branches off the streets for a few more days so the Department of Public Works can clear snow from the streets without hindrance.

Bonaccorso reminded residents that branch pick-up officially starts again for the spring season on March 19, and branches should go out the weekend before they are picked up.

Residents in need of information about pick up schedules should go to the Department of Public Works website.

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