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Due to the large numer of leaves and a large number of complaints, the Bellevue DPW will continue to collect leaves through December 16th. The collection will follow the normal street-sweeping schedule. The crew usually stops collecting at the end of November, as the street signs indicate, to change the truck equipment over to snow plow and salt spreader. The unusally warm weather deemed to delay the sheading of leaves.
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School Board Notes -Regular Meeting November 14, 2016
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