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Greensburg schedules weekly leaf collections

| Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Fall leaf collection has begun in Greensburg.

Residents should rake leaves to the curb for collection. Leaves will only be vacuumed from the streets.

The following weekly schedule will be used until the first week of December, unless noted otherwise.

Monday: Beacon Street, Walnut Avenue, Center Avenue, Culbertson Avenue, Kenneth Street, 300 and 400 blocks of Maple Avenue, Kenmore Street, Grant Street, Park Street, 500 block of Arch Street, Morey Place, Seminary Avenue, Oakland Avenue, Alexander Street, Harrison Avenue, Clopper Street, Concord Avenue and O'Hara Street.

Tuesday: Tremont Avenue, Underwood Avenue, Westmoreland Avenue, Morrison Avenue, Goodwin Avenue, Ridgeway Avenue, State Street, Spruce Street, Parkway Street, Northmont Street, Woodland Avenue, Oakhill Avenue, Glenoak Street, Glenview Avenue and Greenleaf Street.

Wednesday: Barclay Street, Brushton Avenue, Hawksworth Road, Shuey Avenue, Oakhill Lane, Brady Lane, Baughman Street, O'Hara Street, 562 N. Main Street, Hillcrest Drive, Summit Drive, Longview Street, Fairmont Street, Greenmont Street, Grandview Avenue, Briarhill Drive, Keystone Street, Evergreen Avenue, Orchard Avenue and Fountain Street.

Thursday: Glenview Avenue, Morningside Drive, Meadowbrook Avenue, Forest Avenue, Lynn Lee Drive, Beech Street, Birch Street, Berry Court, Franklin Drive, Waverly Drive, Birnam Drive, 700 block of Harvey Avenue, Oakhill Lane, Brady Lane, Cabin Hill Drive, Bayard Drive, Tribune-Review Drive, Rose Fountain Farm, 500 and 600 blocks of Maple Avenue, Delmont Street.

Friday: McLaughlin Drive, Prestwick Drive, Edenboro Drive. Eastern Estates: Short Street, Jeffery Street, Hickory Drive, Hemlock Drive and Laurel Drive. Country Club Estates: Meadow Drive, Beechwood Drive and Meadow Circle. Green Hill Plan: Willow Avenue, Hamil Avenue, Hempfield Street, Shogan Drive and Fulton and Hampton Streets. Devonshire Heights: Shefield Drive, Bristol Drive and Oxford Drive. Estell Heights: Bella Avenue, Jean Street, Florence Street, Helen Street and Tyger Street. Evergreen Hills Plan: Glenmeade Road, Rimrock Road, Northwood Road, Sandstone Road and Glencove Road. Chestnut Hill Plan: Chestnut Hill Drive, Kunkle Drive, Markvue Center and Alice Center. Saybrook Village: Brattleboro Drive, Cranbury Drive, Saybrook Drive, New London Drive, Cranston Drive, Torrington Drive, Quincy Drive, Danbury Drive, Foxglove Drive, Holyoak Drive, Norwich Lane, Brockton Lane and Winston Way. Park Lane Plan: Park Lane, Hope Court and Charity Drive.

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