Aldermen Address Yard Waste, Clayton Road Project
Town and Country aldermen are sent to vote on yard waste contracts and discuss the next steps necessary to move forward in the Clayton Road enhancement project.
Town and Country Aldermen will address a number of issues Monday night.
They will likely move forward with the fall yard waste program for residents. Monday they will vote on entering into a contract with each of the city's waste haulers that would provide the service to residents.
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The plan would offer four free yard waste pick-up days in November, whether a resident already pays for yard waste service or not. If the resident doesn't currently pay for yard waste service, they'll get it free. If they do currently pay for it, they'll be credited for the month of November. The service would be provided by the resident's current waste hauler: Allied, Meridian or Waste Management. The service will depend on the homeowners current waste hauler.
Aldermen will also discuss the next steps for the Clayton Road Resurfacing and Pedestrian Enhancement Project. Phase one is wrapping up and construction is complete. It begins near Longview Farm Park, runs past The Principia school and ends just east of Topping Road, near Interstate 270 at Clayton Road. Phase two, which starts east of Topping Road and extends east to Bopp Road is set to begin in fall of 2012 or spring of 2013. Phase three is the pedestrian walkway along Clayton Road over Route 141.
See agenda and supporting documents above for complete details.
Check back to Town and Country - Manchester Patch Tuesday for any updates.
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