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South Elgin Storm Damage/Branch Pickup Continues

Kane County Connects Staff 7/11/2022 1:00PM

From the Village of South Elgin

The aftermath of the July 4 storm continues to present a challenge. After removing damaged limbs and trees from the Village’s right-of-ways, our Public Works crew is working on chipping residents’ branch piles on the east side of the river where the mature tree canopy was hit incredibly hard.

And those piles blossomed over the weekend as residents had time to clean up backyards and other areas strewn with branches and limbs. It will be another full week of chipping and clean-up as our crews move east to west across the Village.

Please note Groot also picks up branches as part of the regular trash/recycling collection (branches must be less than 4 feet, they may be bundled and placed with the garbage, or they may be placed in an open top garbage can or landscaping bag marked “yard waste”). 

Source/South Elgin Facebook Post

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