Kenilworth Bulk Pick Up to Begin Next Week


KENILWORTH, NJ- Kenilworth bulk pick up will begin shortly, according to Mayor DeLuca. North side pick up starts on April 19 and south side pick up starts on April 26.

Bulk items include furniture, toys, storm windows, rugs, storm doors, doors, clothing, windows, wood fencing, lawn furniture and carpeting, according to the Department of Public Works information guide. They must be placed curbside after 5 p.m. prior to the pick up date, according to the DPW.

Residents have been voicing concern and confusion over the town’s recycling schedule via Facebook and other forums.

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“I’ve noticed there is still a little confusion as to when each side of town is supposed to put out recycling,” Mayor DeLuca wrote in his April newsletter. “I understand that the DPW schedule on line reflects the old schedule and we will be updating this as soon as possible. We did not update as we were unsure if the system would be workable, but I believe to alleviate this issue we need to get it out as quickly as possible. So to review for the month of April and May we are still alternating each week north side and south side. April 4 and 18 will be north side pickup and April 11 and 25 will be south side pick up.”

For more information, the 2017 DPW information guide can be read here.

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