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GOSHEN Final leaf pick up starts Monday

Final round of leaf pick up in Goshen set to begin Monday
Posted on Nov. 29, 2012 at 12:00 a.m.

The last round of leaf collection will begin at 7 a.m. Monday.

The Goshen Street Department said in a release it expects the process to take three days.

Residents are asked to place their piles of leaves within five feet of the street, either on their lawn or on the sidewalk next to the curb. The department asks that if piles must be on the sidewalk, they should leave as wide a path as possible for walkers and bicycles.

Homeowners will be responsible for disposal of any remaining leaves at the Environmental Center, located at 20100 C.R. 19 near the intersection with North Indiana Avenue. Disposal at the Environmental Center is free to Goshen residents.

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