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Oct 31, 2012 3:29 PMPublication: The Southampton Press

Southampton And East Hampton Transfer Stations Waive Fees On Storm Debris

Nov 2, 2012 12:42 PM

UPDATE: Thursday, 9:50 a.m.

The East Hampton Recycling Center and the Montauk Transfer Station are open to accept cleanup debris. The brush fee will be waived through Sunday, November 4.


The Southampton Town Transfer Stations in Hampton Bays, Westhampton and North Sea are accepting storm-related debris, such as leaves, brush and household garbage, without any cost to residents until November 7, town officials announced this afternoon.

All three transfer stations and the Sag Harbor station, opened Wednesday morning.

Christine Fetten, director of municipal works for the town, said roadway and curbside pickup would not remove any non-vegetative material, such as garbage, appliances and furniture. Those items may only be hauled by residents until the town lifts its restrictions on commercial haulers. The Southampton Town Highway Department will schedule collection for curb side pickup of vegetative debris.

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