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Mulching in place can save town hundreds of thousands of dollars...popham road bridge closed Wed
Release Date: October 10, 2011

THE POPHAM ROAD BRIDGE WHICH LINKS EDGEMONT TO THE VILLAGE OF SCARSDALE AND THE TRAIN STATION WILL BE CLOSED TO VEHICULAR TRAFFIC ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12 FROM  9:30 AM TO 6 AM ON THURSDAY MORNING.  complete closure of the Popham Road Bridge. A detour route will be implemented to accommodate those who are unable to avoid this area during these times. High volumes of traffic and delays are expected. Drivers are highly encouraged to use alternate routes and avoid the Popham Road, Garth Road, Harney Road, and Scarsdale Avenue areas during these times. Efforts to minimize the delays to residents and travelers in and around this area are being taken by all municipalities and agencies affected. In the event of a change in closure scheduling, additional advisories will be issued. Thank you in advance and we appreciate your cooperation and patience during this temporary inconvenience.
 
PRESENTATION ON BENEFITS OF MULCHING IN PLACE/COMPOSTING OF LEAVES AT BEGINNING OF WEDNESDAY EVENINGS TOWN BOARD MEETING--OCTOBER 12 @ 7:30 pm...Greenburgh Town Hall. Meeting is televised live on public access TV. Mark Gilliland will lead the discussion.  Allegra Dengler, energy conservation coordinator, is also involved in this initiative. 
Hauling all your leaves and yard debris away from your property is insane!
What we refer to yard debris is really nutrition for your yard!
Mulching in place and composting has numerous benefits:
financial
saves you money on fertilizers and mulch
saves your village money on carting and handling fees
environmental
reduces carbon emissions from trucking your stuff away plus trucking bags of fertilizer & mulch to you, not to mention the emissions produced in producing & packaging mulch & fertilizer!

These are just a sampling of the benefits.
 
To learn more, check out Irvington's Love 'em & Leave 'em campaign online:
There are how to's & a toolkit in the left column. Lots of info and instructions!
 
You can view videos of the recent forum Shredding Old Ideas About Leaf Removal online at:
 
Whether you care for your property yourself or have a service, mulching in place and composting can be a part of your life. If you live in an apartment/condo/co-op, please point your buiding manager to this information.
 
Paul Feiner
Greenburgh Town Supervisor
 



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