To Assist City of Antigo Residents
Special Storm-Related Brush Pick-Up
on Monday, June 19th
Please have your storm-related brush placed at the curb boulevard no later than 6:00 a.m. on Monday, June 19th. City crews will begin collecting the brush for disposal accordingly. Please DO NOT place any brush after this date/time as violations may result in owners being charged for subsequent removal.
All past rules regarding how brush should be prepared will be enforced as follows:
1. One brush pile only and must be no larger than 3 feet wide by 5 feet high for each resident. Can leave full length.
2. Brush pile shall be comprised of brush 8 inches or less in diameter and no stumps will be allowed
3. Tree removal service providers MAY NOT put out brush for pick-up.
4. Brush should be piled parallel with the street (going in the same direction); it should not be intertwined in pile as this hampers the pick-up process.
PLEASE - NO GARBAGE, MULCH, GRASS or ANIMAL WASTE
City crew will start at 6 AM and will make only one pass thru town.
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For more information visit http://www.readywisconsin.wi.gov/tornado/
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