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Only deer that are on a Town road or on the edge of a Town Road. The Highway Department does not remove dead animals from private property. If an animal is on a State or County road, then you would need to call the State Department of Transportation (454-3390) or the County Highway (486-2900), depending on what road the animal is on.
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• A driveway resurface is repaving over an existing blacktop driveway, without any changes.
• A driveway reconstruction is paving a gravel driveway or changing a paved driveway in any way. Examples are: ripping out an existing driveway, widening or lengthening an existing driveway and/or making a parking spot off of the driveway.
No, but as a service to the Town residents the Town has coordinated with Royal Carting to accept items on Saturdays from 7:30 am – 12:00 pm on the Highway hill, between the chain link fence near the salt sheds. There is a fee for this service. The price is per item or per bag of household garbage. For additional information and pricing, please go to the Royal Carting Service Carting Company website, click on the flyer link below, or call Royal Carting directly at (845) 896-6000, and specify that you are calling regarding the Hyde Park Highway site since their main location is in Hopewell. Royal Carting does not have a weigh station at the Highway location, only 2 dumpsters with employees stationed during the stated hours. The Highway Department is closed during the Royal Carting service. In the event of snow, this service is closed for the safety of the residents and Town employees since the Highway trucks will routinely be loading salt.