Lebanon City will start curbside leaf collection at 7:15 a.m. Monday, Nov. 1.

Pickups will end during the week of Dec. 6, unless snow forces an earlier halt.

Only leaves will be collected, city officials noted. Branches, grass, and other yard waste will not be picked up.

There will be no collection on Nov. 15, 25, and 26.

“There will be no specific day of the week for collection in designated sections of the city,” city officials said in a release. “As the volume of leaves increases it may take longer for crews to complete a weekly citywide collection. Crews will make every effort to pass through each section of the city on a weekly basis, weather and volume of leaves permitting.”

Residents should put leaves out only on weekends, not during weekdays, after crews have been through an area.

Leaves should be placed in the gutter one foot from the curb and away from storm drains and intersections. Residents should not bag the leaves or pile them on tarps, officials noted.

Leaf piles “must be 10 feet from vehicles for collection,” according to the city’s release.

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Chris Coyle writes primarily on government, the courts, and business. He retired as an attorney at the end of 2018, after concentrating for nearly four decades on civil and criminal litigation and trials. A career highlight was successfully defending a retired Pennsylvania state trooper who was accused,...