DEBRI CLEANUP FOLLOW UP FROM THE STORM---apt wanted for town employee
Release Date: March 05, 2010
A number of residents have contacted me to ask about the debris clean up. I received the following update from Commissioner of Public Works Victor Carosi.
On another matter-- a town employee (who is hard working, responsible & dedicated) asked me to try to help his family find an affordable 3 bedroom apartment in Greenburgh. He can afford $1500 a month. I told him I would try to help. If you know of any opportunities please e mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I will forward your e mail to him.
The Town Bureau of Highway and Bureau of Sanitation are collecting debris from this storm daily. We ask residents to do their best to cut the limbs into 4-foot length, bundle and place curbside.
The Highway Department is first concentrating tree trimming and branch clearing from the main roadways such as Jackson Avenue, Ardsley road, Underhill Road, Secor Road, Ridge Road, Taxter Road, Benedict Avenue, Old Kensico Road, Old Tarrytown Road to name a few. Following completion of clearing the main roadways, crews will work all the secondary roads, neighborhood by neighborhood. One crew will start in the southern part of the Town, and a second will start in the northern sections of Town and both work towards the middle.
Additionally, Sanitation crews are dispatched back to the regular collection routes when they have finished the collection of garbage and will collect branches and tree debris.
We expect the storm cleanup to take about 6 to 8 weeks in total.
Victor G. Carosi, P.E.
Commissioner of Public Works