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Sandy Storm Debris Collection Completed in Manalapan

More than 100,000 cubic yards of storm debris was collected in Manalapan.

The Manalapan Township Department of Public Works has fully completed the storm clean-up as a result of Hurricane Sandy.

“On behalf of the Township Committee and the residents we would like to thank Alan Spector, Public Works Director and his staff on a job well done," Deputy Mayor Jordan Maskowitz said in an issued statement.

Over 100,000 cubic yards of storm debris were collected in Manalapan Township by the Department of Public Works over the 10 weeks since Sandy hit, Maskowitz said. During this time period, the Department of Public Works also took care of leaf collection and plowed after the November snow storm.

The Manalapan Recycling Center will be collecting any additional branches or brush on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. and also on the first and third Sunday of the month from 9 a.m. to noon. Only residents are allowed to drop off branches and brush, landscaping and commercial vehicles are not allowed. Please dump the debris into the container; debris within plastic bags will not be accepted.

Public Works will start their spring brush collection on April 15.

 

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