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Green Policy Task Force - Highlights
New Law Governing Pickup of Loose Leaves in Effect this Fall
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Loose leaf piles will no longer be collected this fall. Instead, leaves can be:

    • mulch mowed
    • bagged in yard waste bags or placed by the curb in open containers
    • carted away

Read more on the new law.

If mulch mowing is a new concept for you, find out what the craze is all about and you too will learn to Love `Em and Leave `Em!

Learn to Mulch Mow your Leaves

Attend one of the following scheduled demo sessions:

1) Fri. October 24, 10:00am  RAINED OUT

New date:

Thu. October 30, 10:00am
Half Moon North Co-op Apartments, South Buckhout Street

2) Sat. November 1, 12:00pm
O'Hara Nature Center

3) Demo organized by Village of Scarsdale:
Sat. November 15, 3:00pm 
Scarsdale, Chase Park

Rain date: Sun November 16, 3:00pm
Scarsdale, Chase Park

4) Sun. November 23, 2:30pm
Dows Lane School


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Love 'Em and Leave 'Em

You probably came here based upon seeing a link on a bookmark, How To card, or yard sign concerning the Love 'Em and Leave 'Em initiative, right??  Good! This is the right place.


The LELE initiative is growing - we've expanded beyond our local roots in Irvington!  

Our 2013 program promoting on-site leaf/grass mulching county-wide includes “how to” trainings in various municipalities, on-site landscaper consultations, and a brand new informative website (www.leleny.org) with a social media outreach componentvideo demos, and an updated public domain resource “toolkit.”

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The village of Irvington strongly encourages its residents and landscapers who work in the village to adopt LELE practices on their property. Watch this 30 second PSA for a quick overview.



Mission
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The Mission of the Irvington Green Policy Task Force (GPTF)is to study and recommend to the BOT, policies, procedures, programs, actions and possible legislation that further the goal of sustainability and climate protection. The GPTF will build upon and extend the work of the CPTF report and put into practice initiatives related to the following categories: Public Awareness and Education, Waste Management, Water management, Transportation, Land use, and Energy.

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