Leaf Vacuum Truck, Lexington Losing Leaves and Trees-It is almost time to leave the streets of Lexington. Members of the committee for environmental quality and public works will be informed of the plan on Tuesday. Chairman of the Board, Bill Farmer, said residents can use the city’s garbage bags and containers that are located in the city before they are picking up mid-November. “You just have to wait and pick them up on the sidewalk, give back to the sidewalk, this is one to teach, try to collect these certificates does not interfere in the sewer, if rastrillas on the street, so that we ask you to gather on the sidewalk and we are there to take “Farmer said.
Farmer explained that thanks to social networks, Lexington residents could report at home through leaf blowers. Just like the last years of the collection of pamphlets, city teams pass by.
As trees lose leaves, many quarters are also faced with tree loss due to disease or vermin.
Leaf Vacuum Truck
Chairman of the Committee on the Environment and Public Works, Bill Farmer, said efforts are being made to rebuild the list of street trees. “We are trying to cut back on the number of sheets or surfaces that are somewhat eroded over the years to get spiny oak, but is back with better and better type plantation trees and just beginning,” said the farmer.
Farmer says efforts to plant trees to improve Lexingtonovog forest area can be a process of decades ………