Joshua Morrison/News On Thursday, concrete foundations were poured for the Coshocton Avenue widening project. Thermal blankets were used to help set up the cement due to the recent cold snap. The walls should be installed next week.

MOUNT VERNON — With the arrival of more typical fall weather, trees are finally shedding their leaves and the city will resume regular leaf pick-ups Monday, Street Superintendent Tom Hinkle reported at the mayor’s weekly press briefing.

Hinkle said three machines will be operating: Two will start on the main streets, then proceed to the side streets and outlying areas. The third will start on the side streets.

Rake your leaves to the curb, but not into the street.

Also, the drop-off area for loose leaves remains open and is inside the west entrance to Ariel-Foundation Park off Harcourt Road. Bags and other containers must be removed from the area after they are emptied.

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Chuck Martin: 740-397-5333 or cmartin@mountvernonnews.com and on Twitter, @mountvernonnews

 

 

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