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Glenville to pick up storm debris

Glenville to pick up storm debris

rews will make a single pass to collect brush and limbs that residents leave at the edge of their lawns
Glenville to pick up storm debris
Capt. Chris Keough takes information from a Nissan Rogue crushed by a tree that snapped in high winds onThursday, March 2, 2017.
Photographer: PETER R. BARBER/GAZETTE PHOTOGRAPHER

GLENVILLE -- The Glenville highway department will begin cleanup Monday of limbs and brush brought down during Thursday's wind storm.

The town said crews will make a single pass through the town to collect brush and limbs that residents leave at the edge of their lawns. Limbs should be no larger than six inches in diameter and four feet in length.

Glenville saw significant tree damage during the storm. A large tree that came down across Route 50 closed the highway between Hetcheltown Road and Kile Drive for nearly 24 hours. The road didn't reopen until Friday morning.

 

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