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Snow emergency declared in Norwalk; trash pickups pushed back 1 day

NORWALK, Conn. — Mayor Harry Rilling has declared a snow emergency that will go into effect at 12:01 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 5.

There will be no trash or recyclable pickups today. Pickups will be pushed back one day through Saturday — Wednesday’s pickups will be done Thursday, Thursday’s will be Friday and Friday will be done Saturday.

All Norwalk Public Schools and school offices will be closed Wednesday.

All Wednesday city meetings have been canceled, according to the city website, except for the Land Use & Building Management Committee of the Common Council, set for 6:30 p.m. in room A333 at City Hall.

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2 responses to “Snow emergency declared in Norwalk; trash pickups pushed back 1 day”

  1. Don’t Panic

    So, where are the code red calls?

  2. spanner

    Can’t make phone calls Moccia took the phone.

    The police dept and the DPW are not getting along Harry see what you can do,sounds like they need to share their toys.Our officers deserve better than to be treated like crap over a few signs.

    Harry while your at it figure out who waited to order salt,rumor has it the Northeast is having hard tme with those who buy at the last moment and not at fixed prices.No city should rely on a 70,000 pound load of salt after a storm hits.Making the facts known is better than rumor I cant fathom this was the truth.But then again telling the drivers to go lean on the salt until the shipment comes 4 hours after the storm hits sounds like a managemnet problem.Your state of the art snow removal system lacks a human checking the salt barn it seems.

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