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Rye Extends Storm Debris Collection Through Nov. 20

A tree that fell during Hurricane Sandy on the property of the Rye Arts Center. The City of Rye is extending its collection of storm debris and green waste through Nov. 20.
A tree that fell during Hurricane Sandy on the property of the Rye Arts Center. The City of Rye is extending its collection of storm debris and green waste through Nov. 20. Photo Credit: Contributed

RYE, N.Y. – Cleanup of storm debris and green waste is extended in Rye through Nov. 20, according to city officials.

Collection will be done on all accessible streets, both private and public, through Nov. 20. Brush, branches and cut logs from trees that fell during Hurricane Sandy will all be picked up. Leaves in brown paper bags will be collected as well. Everything must be brought to the curb.

Once green waste has been cleared from a street under this program, normal green waste guidelines will apply once again. That includes brush piles being cut and tied no longer than 4 feet in length with branches no thicker than 4 inches in diameter.

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