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All Sandy Debris Meeting Standards Picked Up, Township Says

Nearly 10,000 square yards of tree branches, limbs and trunks hauled.

Warren Township has completed the pickup of storm debris from Hurricane Sandy, officials said Wednesday.

The Public Works Department collected more than 10,000 square yards of debris, from 324 township streets and nine county roads. Only debris meeting the specifications set—limbs and branches could be no more than 6 feet in length and 5 inches in diameter—was picked up.

In a statement issued today, the Public Works Department expressed its appreciation for "the assistance provided by all residents as well your patience and understanding during this process."

Residents with questions can contact Doug Buro, superintendent of Public Works at 908-753-1223.

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