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Marlboro, NJ foreclosure year-end report 2011

Morganville/Marlboro NJ Foreclosure Report - Sujatha Bhaskara, Keller Williams Realty

2011 Year End Foreclosure Report and 2012 Emerging Trends

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Marlboro curbside clean-up 2011

Marlboro, New Jersey Annual Community Curbside Spring Clean Up 2011


It’s that time of year again! The Public Works Department is performing their annual Spring Clean Up. Below is the schedule for the spring clean up pick-up times. The dates are based on the day recycling is scheduled for in your Marlboro neighborhood.
If You Are In Recycling Zone…
Your Spring Clean Up Pick-Up is:
Place Your Refuse Curbside By: *
Zone 1 & 8
May 16 , 2011
7:00 AM May 16
Zone 2 & 4
May 23, 2011
7:00 AM May 23
Zone 3 & 5
April 11, 2011
7:00 AM April 11
Zone 6 & 7
May 2, 2011
7:00 AM May 2

To determine which Recycling Zone your residence is located in, click here.  Once you have identified the zone, click here to determine the corresponding recycling collection date or here to determine your leaf and brush collection dates.

*Note: Millponds and Pointe De Jardin residents must place their bulk items at the center island in front of the units in each court.

* Residents are asked not to place refuse at their curbside before the designated date & time.

THE FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF ITEMS THAT WILL NOT BE COLLECTED:

  • Leaves, grass, rocks, brush, logs, branches, tree stumps, or dirt
  • Slate, concrete, stones, or any items filled with concrete
  • Items and/or containers weighing more than 300 pounds, except appliances
  • Barrels or drums closed such as to avoid detection of contents
  • Hazardous materials, any treated fencing or decking lumber
  • Liquids of any type
  • Paint cans containing paint, or liquid residues (empty or dry cans with lids off will be collected)
  • Motor vehicle batteries, or any other batteries
  • Tires
  • Electronics(ie computers, televisions, and stereos. These items can be brought to the recycling yard, but will not be picked up during the curbside spring clean up)

PREPARATION OF MATERIALS FOR PICK UP:

  • Please separate metal objects from other debris – Metal items will be picked up last. All appliances (such as refrigerators, washers and dryers) must have doors removed.
  • Fencing, decking and similar discarded lumber must be cut to a maximum length of four (4) feet (no treated lumber please).
  • All containers and drums must have one end removed to assure that no liquid, chemical or hazardous material is present.
  • No single item should weigh more than 300 pounds.
  • The total items at any one residential pick-up must not exceed more than five (5) cubic yards.

ONCE YOUR STREET HAS BEEN COLLECTED, THE TOWNSHIP’S CONTRACTOR WILL NOT RETURN TO PICK UP MATERIALS PLACED AT THE CURBSIDE.

All complaints should be reported to Waste Management at 1 800 348-6161 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting            1 800 348-6161      end_of_the_skype_highlighting. If your issue is not addressed, please call Public Works at 732-536-0188 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting            732-536-0188      end_of_the_skype_highlighting

Information obtained from The Township of New Jersey Website.

If you have specific questions relating to your property in Monmouth, Ocean, or Middlesex counties, contact Sujatha Bhaskara, Your New Jersey Real Estate Agent, by phone at 732.319.1340 or by email at sbhaskara@optonline.net.

Realtor Sujatha Bhaskara provides an exceptional level of real estate services to home buyers and sellers in Monmouth, Ocean, and Middlesex counties.  Visit Best in nj real Estate  to search for homes in Aberdeen, Colts Neck, East Brunswick, Edison, Englishtown, Freehold, Holmdel, Jackson, Keyport, Little Silver, Manalapan, Marlboro, Matawan, Monroe, Morganville, Old Bridge, Sayreville, and South Brunswick, New Jersey.

Sujatha Bhaskara, ABR
NJAR® Circle of Excellence Sales Award® 2010 Realtor
Keller Williams Realty
176 Route 9 North
Englishtown, NJ 07726
www.bestinnjrealestate.com
732.536.9010 x 118 (Office)
732.319.1340 (Cell–BEST)
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