Redding plans storm debris removal

Redding officials are asking residents to make sure they pick up downed branches and storm debris before the frost hits.

First Selectman Natalie Ketcham says residents who live along routes 53, 57, 58 or 107 can put their brush out by the street and state crews will collect it.

However, residents living on town roads will have to bring debris to the transfer station.

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