Leaves. They have many residents unhappy with the , which instituted a that requires residents under the age of 73 to bag their own.
In years past residents were only required to rake their leaves to their yard's edge and the highway department would collect them. However, the highway department, which says that it was busy with snow removal, didn't collect leaf piles until spring.
Residents were unhappy with the eye sore.
To remedy, Highway Superintendent Alex Gregor put forth the new program, which has caused an outcry in the community.
The issue was debated at the held at the and is expected to be brought up by town officials on Friday morning at the
While the town board does not have control over the highway department's programs, it does hold the reins on the department's budget.
Be sure to check back with Patch to find out what transpires at Friday's work session.