CLINTON — The city will resume its regular brush pick-up program starting Mar. 15, commissioner Ken Buchanan reported Monday.
Initially, the city will permit residents to put out brush piles larger than normally allowed. Generally, city workers collect brush piles about a size that will fit into the bed of a pick-up truck but will pick up larger brush piles in the beginning.
“That doesn’t mean we want people cutting down whole trees and putting them out,” Buchanan said during the regularly-scheduled city council meeting.
Buchanan said the size of brush piles the city will pick up will return to normal around April 1.
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