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Good News this morning!

Scotty Note: I was able to have a hot cup of coffee this morning because of the crews who keep plugging away at getting the power back on. God bless you and Thanks for what you do!

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-Our Storm Watch Page is HERE (it. is. awesome.)

-Trees and Branches

The City of Dieppe wishes to advise its residents that broken branches and trees on their property may be placed in green bags if they are of one inch in diameter or less. Branches have to be placed in bundles no longer than four feet.
Bigger branches and trees may be brought at the solid waste facility free of charge or kept until the special spring pickup that will be held in May. Branches kept until the special collection cannot be left at curbside.
For those who wish to bring their branches and trees at the solid waste facility, please contact Southeast Eco360 for hours of operation at 877.1040.
We also ask residents to contact us at 877.7990 if they notice branches that are obstructing traffic on sidewalks, streets or trails.

The City of Moncton is offering curbside collection, as well as drop-off locations until Friday, February 3 for residents with downed trees or branches due to the ice storm which hit the region.
Residents can drop off their downed trees or branches at the following locations:
Mapleton Park (Gorge Road entrance), Moncton Coliseum, Ball Field on Crowley Farm Road.
Residents can also drop off their trees and branches, as well as wasted food items free of charge at Southeast Eco 360 (100 Bill Slater Drive).
To schedule a curbside collection of trees or branches, residents will need to contact the City’s dispatch line at 506-859-2643. Residents will also need to bundle the trees with rope in pieces not exceeding 1.2 meters (4 feet) in length.