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Wednesday, October 2, 2013

FALL LEAF PROGRAM~ NO BRUSH WIL BE PICKED UP

Please read the following info carefully .

There were problems and miscommunication from the HWAY Dept last year.

 

 

Town of Southampton 2013 Fall Clean Up
Superintendent of Highways Alex Gregor
Announces the 2013 Fall Clean Up Will Begin On
Monday, November 25, 2013  

For Further Information Please Contact
The Southampton Town Highway Department
Leaf Program Phone Line At 631-702-2585

BRUSH: NO BRUSH will be picked up with the Fall Clean Up 
LEAVES: SEE BELOW FOR DETAILS AND REQUIREMENTS
SELF HAUL PROGRAM: ALL RESIDENTS may self haul LEAVES for NO CHARGE YEAR ROUND to any of the Transfer Stations (excluding Sag Harbor)

BAGGED LEAVES: ALL RESIDENTS may place LEAVES BAGGED IN BIODEGRADABLE PAPER BAGS ONLY curb side for pick up (NO PLASTIC BAGS WILL BE ACCEPTED).  Each road will be done once and items should be placed curbside by the first day of the program.  There will be a limited supply of biodegradable paper bags available free to town residents at the Highway office 
LOOSE LEAVES: SENIOR CITIZEN/SPECIAL NEEDS PROGRAM:
Senior Citizens 73 years of age or older OR residents with Special Needs MUST REGISTER WITH THE HIGHWAY OFFICE PRIOR TO THE PROGRAM BEGINNING. Curb side pick-up will be LOOSE LEAVES IN NO MORE THAN (8) CUBIC YARD PILES.
 

Residents meeting this criteria need to provide the following information to the Southampton Town Highway Department PRIOR TO THE START OF THE PROGRAM: 
  1. Copy of current tax bill
  2. Copy of driver’s license or photo identification for owner of property
  3. Resident’s contact phone number
  4. Special Needs (only) – Doctor’s Note required
You may either fax the above information to 631-728-3605 or mail it to:
Southampton Town Highway Department
20 Jackson Avenue
Hampton Bays, NY 11946
VOUCHER PROGRAM (RESIDENTS WITH CONTRACTORS):
Vouchers will be issued starting November 1, 2013 and debris can only be taken to the transfer stations starting on November 15, 2013. 
To obtain a voucher the following information will be required:  
  1. Copy of current tax bill
  2. Copy of driver’s license or photo identification for owner of property
  3. Resident’s contact phone number
  4. Landscaper/Contractor’s name and phone number
  5. Provide an address where voucher is to be mailed to
 You may either fax the above information to 631-728-3605 or mail it to:
Southampton Town Highway Department
20 Jackson Avenue
Hampton Bays, NY 11946
WASTE  MANAGEMENT AMNESTY FOR BRANCHES:
Be advised that effective November 15, 2013 TO December 31, 2013, the North Sea, Hampton Bays and Westhampton Transfer Stations will accept branches up to 3 inches in diameter free of charge to TOWN RESIDENTS ONLY  (NO TREE CUTTINGS OR TREE TRIMMINGS).  For further information contact Waste Management at 631-283-5210
Residents Are Asked To Not Place Items Curb Side Prior To
November 1, 2013.
For Further Information Please Contact
The Southampton Town Highway Department
Leaf Program Phone Line At 631-702-2585


STARTING POINTS FOR ALL HIGHWAY DISTRICTS
(All districts will start on the first day of the program):
DISTRICT ONE covers Eastport east to Quiogue.  This district will be starting in Quiogue working their way west to Eastport.  This district also includes the “Wildlife 1” subdivision.
DISTRICT TWO covers East Quogue, east to West Tiana Road and Flanders, north to Riverside at CR 104.  This district will be starting in the Northampton/Wildwood Lake area, than they will complete Riverside and Flanders before moving into East Quogue.
DISTRICT THREE covers Hampton Bays, from East Tiana Road to the west side of the canal.  This district will start on the north side of Montauk Highway on Red Creek Road heading south.   After completing all of the north side of Montauk Highway, they will move to the south side and complete all the roads west of Ponquogue Avenue before moving east of Ponquogue Avenue. 
DISTRICT FOUR covers Shinnecock Hills from the canal east up to Head of Pond Road at the intersection with Deerfield in Water Mill.  This district will start in Shinnecock Hills by the Lobster Inn working down North Highway heading towards the canal.  They will then head down Montauk Highway heading east toward the Tuckahoe area before moving into North Sea and ending on Head of Pond Road, north of Deerfield Road.
DISTRICT FIVE covers Noyac Road from Majors Path east to the Sag Harbor village line, including Mt. Misery.  It also covers Sagg Road to the wooden bridge.  This district will start in the most eastern section of their district in the Mt. Misery/Sagg Road area working west.
DISTRICT SIX covers the entire south side of Water Mill to Sagaponack and the north side of Water Mill from Deerfield Road east to Sagaponack.  They will start on Deerfield Road, on the north side of Montauk Highway in Water Mill and stay north of Montauk Highway through Bridgehampton into Sagaponack before moving south of Montauk Highway heading west from Sagaponack into Water Mill
LIST OF BUSINESSES THAT CARRY BIODEGRADABLE PAPER BAGS 
Emporium True Value Hardware
Main Street, Sag Harbor
631-725-0103
The Home Depot
1550 Old Counrty Rd, Riverhead
631-284-2530
 Henry Persan & Sons
79 Division Street, Sag Harbor
631-725-1900
 Westhampton True Value
133 Montauk Hwy, Westhampton
631-288-1544
 Herrick Hareware
41 Main Street, Southampton
631-283-0026
 Lowe's
1461 Old Country Road, Riverhead
631-208-2190
 Ryder Hardware
494 Montauk Hwy, East Quogue
631-653-5277
 Walbaums
23 Jagger Lane, Southampton
631-283-0045
Shinnecock Hardware (west)
91 W. Montauk Hwy, Hampton Bays
631-728-4602
Shinnecock Hardware (east)
849 County Road 39, Southampton
631-283-2047

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