MADISON, NJ - After Tropical Storm Isaias ripped through town, many Madison residents are left with debris scattered throughout their yards. The Borough of Madison will be picking up the yard debris, announced officials.

"As you clean up your properties from the storm, please take advantage of normal yard waste pickup for most of the debris", said Mayor Conley. "I have directed public works to make one round throughout Madison to collect the larger branches that may have come down in the storm".

Madison residents can have yard debris removed by the following ways:

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  • Place all yard waste at the curb, cut small, in containers or bundled. The yard waste will be removed as outlined in the weekly yard waste requirements
  • Large branches can be left at the curb and picked up by the DPW. This way may take longer as the DPW is continuing to remove trees from sidewalks and roads.

"I want to thank our great Madison borough employees for getting us through yet another major storm; our electric department, public works, police and fire", he said. "Your work and dedication makes Madison not only the best place to live on sunny days, but also when the dark clouds roll in."


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