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Have leaves to the curb by Nov. 30 for the final round of curbside collection

Have leaves to the curb by Nov. 30 for the final round of curbside collection

City crews will soon begin the final pass through North Liberty. To ensure collection, residents should have the leaves to the curb by 7 a.m., Monday, Nov. 30, 2020.

Crews will not return to any street once collection there has been completed, including for leaves raked after the area has been collected or for piles crews couldn’t collect due to parked cars.

Final collection will take longer than previous years as we make operational changes to protect the health of our staff and so they are available for priority tasks such as snow removal.

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A smart community uses broadband networks to leverage innovative economic development, top‐notch education, first‐rate health care, cutting‐edge government services, enhanced security and more efficient utility use. Fast, reliable broadband is essential to businesses and families in today’s connected world. For example, schools, such as Liberty High School, are sending home Chromebooks for homework and projects, and teachers post important information for students and parents on class portals. Studies show that students learn better with the right tools.

The gigabit broadband fiber network built locally in North Liberty is an education and economic engine for the entire community, enabling a wide range of applications to meet consumer, business, government and institutional needs.

While a broadband network is the foundation for a smart community, the presence of fiber broadband infrastructure by itself does not complete a smart community. Rather, broadband is a tool that local stakeholders can use collectively to develop and achieve community goals. In North Liberty there is a local, collaborative approach to improving the lives of citizens and sustaining the prosperity of the community through high speed, fiber optic connections.

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