You Ask...Patch Answers: What's Up With Leaf Pick Up?

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Hurricane Sandy left a major impact in Wilmington. She also left a lot of clean up behind for Wilmington residents.

One Patch reader wanted to know. What is the town doing about curbside yard waste pick up?

According to a press release from the town, there is no need for residents to worry.

"Due to heavy volumes of material generated from Hurricane Sandy and changes in daylight savings, the curbside leaf pickup is experiencing some delays," the release said. "If leaves were not picked up on your regular trash day, please leave them out as the leaf collection contractor will be bringing in an additional truck to get caught up on the routes and keep up with demand."

Curbside collection of leaves is scheduled to continue in Wilmington through the week of November 26.

For additional information and updates visit the town website and select Trash & Recycling in the Department list, or contact the Department of Public Works at (978) 658-4481.

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