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Harford County Extends Hours at Yard Waste Facilities After Ice Storm

Looking to get rid of fallen branches? Harford County provides two places to go.

Vale Road in Bel Air on Feb. 5, 2014. (Credit: Antonio Carmeni)
Vale Road in Bel Air on Feb. 5, 2014. (Credit: Antonio Carmeni)
The Harford County Department of Public Works is extending hours at its yard waste facilities after the recent winter weather, officials said Thursday.

Fallen tree branches and similar debris from this week’s ice storm can be dropped off as follows: 
Did debris come down near you in this week's storm? Tell us in the comments! Share your storm pics on Havre de Grace Patch.

"We are grateful to Director Tim Whittie of the Department of Public Works and his staff for extending the hours of operation at their facilities to allow residents of our county the opportunity to properly dispose of tree debris resulting from this week’s storm," Harford County Emergency Manager Rick Ayers said. "This is another example of government working together to meet the needs of the public following a severe weather event."
Carroll Fitzgerald February 06, 2014 at 04:13 PM
This is great for those folks who live in Bel Air, or the north end of the county. What about those of us that are part of the "Route 40 Corridor"?

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