Brush Collection to Commence in April

Brush Collection has been scheduled for 2018. Two collections will take place; one in the Spring and one in late summer. Brush shall include the pruning of trees, shrubs, bushes or vines, but exclude grass clippings, flowers, weeds, tree trunks, stumps, and leaves. If the excluded items are mixed with the brush, the material will not be collected. All brush must be piled neatly at the edge of the property and cannot be placed in any roadway or sidewalk. Brush should not exceed 4-6 feet in length, and should not be any larger than 6 inches in diameter. Brush should be kept a minimum of five (5) feet from utility boxes and other hazards. As a reminder for those residents who utilize a private contractor, the contractor is responsible for the removal of the brush from the property. Each street will be collected once. Township Code states “All brush shall be stored on a resident’s property and shall not be placed at the roadside earlier than 10 days preceding the Monday of the scheduled collection week.” Brush placed at the street for collection outside of these collection dates will not be collected. The schedule for brush collection is as follows:

Spring Collection

Zone 4: Week of April 2

Zone 3: Week of April 16

Zone 2: Week of April 30

Zone 1: Week of May 14

Zone 5: Week of May 29

Summer/Fall Collection

Zone 3: Week of August 13

Zone 5: Week of August 27

Zone 4: Week of September 10

Zone 2: Week of September 24

Zone 1: Week of October 8

Questions about brush collection, should be directed to the Neighborhood Services Office at 609-654-6791, ext. 316 or 322. Information is also available on our website at

February Draft Meeting Minutes


– 7:00 p.m. / Bob Meyer Building


Directors in Attendance: Robert Abplanalp, Charlie Conley, Jim Dequinto , Barbara Johnson, Dave Wiseman

Directors Absent: Mike Blakely, MaryJane Abplanalp, Ken Yankowski

Approved January 9, 2018 Minutes

Reviewed oral proposal from residents of 4 Farmington Court regarding conversion from oil to gas. Board indicated that a formal request needed to be made including evidence of permits from the town and indemnification of repairs that might be needed to commons property. In addition the Board informed the residents that adjacent property owners would need to be notified.

Approved the Treasurer’s report for January 2018. Dues are current for all but 4 properties and that a notice would be sent regarding past due fines. Board member Conley agreed to pursue with Public Service one of the nine bills which is higher than normal.

Architecture Committee agreed to submit dates for the annual home inspection and the next meeting as well as providing the names of non board members who would be part of the inspection teams.

Environment Committee submitted bids for grounds maintenance work that needs to be done in 2018 including the removal of gumballs, lake bush pruning, maintenance around transformers. Steele’s proposal of about $4,200 was almost 50 percent less than ProLawn Board. Board discussed proposals and subsequently approved Adam Steele’s proposal.

It was noted that while fees have been paid, our vendor had not yet filed the permits with the state regarding lakes treatment

Board approved removal of tree with partially uprooted roots behind 2&3 Longhill.

Board member Johnson agreed to pursue with resident at 10 Foxborough regarding a request to plant a tree near a location where a large gumball was removed. Resident is paying for the tree

Meeting Adjourned at 8:45 p.m.

Next Meeting March 12, 2018