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Thursday, April 29, 2010 N/Warren Town and County News Page Eleven Roland Story Track Meet Sam Feller Discovery consists in seeing what everyone else has seen but understanding it for _ the first time. -Albert Szent-Gyorgyi Makenzie Reed Photos by Brad Springer. Norwalk Clean Up Days May 1st Service for city of Norwalk residential garbage customers only ALL ITEMS MUST BE PLACED AT CURB BEFORE 6:00 A.M. ON MONDAY, MAY 3rd. DO NOTput clean up items in regular trash totes. Rellar trasl totes will be nicked up on Wednesday, May 5 h with household waste only. Brush, leaves and other organic material will be pleked up with regular trash on seheduled day (Premium Yard Waste Toters, Compost It! bags or stlekers ILIST be used). HAZARDOUS HOUSEHOLD WASTE & TIRE DROP OFF SITE Saturday May I st 7:00 am - 3:00 pm Cherry Street Maintenance Garage (Located at the comer of Cherry Street & Main Street) Accepted Items: Thinners, insecticides, herbicides, drain cleaners, brake fluids, chemical bleaches, oven cleaners, oil based paint, varnishes, paint thinners, oil, anti-freeze, tires and batteries. Hazardous waste will NOT be picked up at curb! l,Vl'te goods will be picked up Monday, May 3 'd This is the only time that appliance stickers are NOT required RESIDENTS MAY BRING ALL OF THE FOLLOWING ITEMS TO THE CURB: Metals Furniture = Flourescent Bulbs Concrete (manageable pieces, 50 pounds or less - total of I cubic yard only) = Construction Materials (bundled in 4 ft lengths of 50 pounds or less - total I cubic yard only) Garbage (in bags or containers of 50 pounds or less) LATEX PAINT will not be accepted either at the curb or at the Cherry Street Building. Latex paint can be opened, poured over floor dry or cat litter, dried and then disposed of with your weekly solid waste pick up. . Keep Track Of Your Trips (NAPS)--While you do have to pay the taxes you owe, according to the U:S. Supreme Court, the "legal right of a taxpayer to decrease the amount of. ..his taxes,.$aunot be doubted." To ]aelp you do that, a Certified Public Accountant, N. Everett Picchione, created three tax advice and expense record booklets that let you keep track of all your expenses and get back every penny you deserve. Go the distance for work? Keep track of it to save on your taxes. For salespeople, employees, executives or anyone .who uses a car for business, these books contain the extra space needed to record vital facts to provide adequate substantiation required by the IRS. They're not dated, so you can start one at any time and they're each good for a full year. The books feature compre- hensive monthly and yearly summaries, detailed expense records and related forms, and filled-in specimen pages. They come in a handy pocket size with a durable vinyl cover and pockets for receipts. For more information, go to www.domepreductsonline.com or call (800) 432-4352. Broadband For All (NAPS)--Fixing the econ- omy requires communication. Universal access to com- munications services is vital to national growth and pros- perity, something policy mak- ers recognized when they established a universal ser- vice policy to ensure tele- phone service at the same price for all Americans. Whether upgrading existing copper lines or installing fiber optics, broadband deployment is well under way in rural America. The universal service fund (USF), which has helped phone companies build and maintain telephone infra- structure, is also going to be essential in supporting a broadband network. Congress and the FCC have set their sights on bringing broadband to all Americans through the National Broadband Plan. Policy mak- ers should consider that with- out USF support for broad- band networks, the true cost oftelecom in rural communi- ties could prove unaffordable to many consumers, small businesses, schools and libraries. USF will be even more important in the future as small communications providers strive to accommo- date growing consumer demand. For more informa- tion, visit www.ntca.org.