Page 20 THE VILLADOM TIMES I • September 9, 2009 �������������������������� Residents of Wyckoff who wish to arrange a curbside collection of large household appliances (white goods) should call Wyckoff Town Hall at (201) 891-7000, extension 101 to make arrangements. The township collects multiple non-commercial items, including wall-unit air conditioners, washers and dryers, and stoves and ovens. The township also accepts refrigerators and freezers. Residents are reminded that doors must be removed from refrigerators and freezers. In other cases where appliances have doors, removal is recommended. Metal grills will be accepted, but the propane tank must be removed by the homeowner before the grill is placed at the curb. Dehumidifiers, water coolers, water heaters with water removed, and metal basketball poles and rims without cement will also be collected. Metal bulk items/household appliances are collected at the curb by the Wyckoff Department of Public Works on Wednesdays by appointment only. Appliance collection is suspended during snow plowing operations and fall leaf collection. Residents may bring their household appliances to the recycling center throughout the year. The following items are considered construction or renovation materials, and unusual, oversized or overweight items. Provisions should be made by the property owner when they are planning a construction project or have an unusual trash item. These items should be disposed of by the contractor, or residents may contract with private trash collectors; consult the yellow pages under Wyckoff Sale Days! Sept. 10, 11, 12 Township collects appliances, metal bulk items rubbish and garbage removal for the following items: air conditioner compressors, toilets, sinks, tubs, pool heaters, swing sets, cook tops, windows and doors, garage doors, central air conditioning units, pianos, furnaces, railroad ties, fences, and all construction and demolition debris including all types of building materials. Consult the township’s website, and click on the Recycling & Trash link, then click on Reference Table for a complete list of garbage and recycling items and the proper method of disposal. Pet therapy Pictured are Elaine Dunn, a resident of Bloomingdale; Mrs. Dunn’s Newfoundland dog, Gretchen; and Virginia Caraccia, a resident of Ringwood and a client at Christian Health Care Adult Day Services of Wyckoff. Gretchen regularly visits the adult day services program to do pet therapy with the clients. She is truly a gentle giant and is very popular with the clients. BK BOOKKEEPING & PAYROLL SERVICE, LLC  QUICKBOOKS PRO SPECIALISTS Servicing All Small Businesses Phone: 973-423-0303 Fax: 973-423-3131 Annmarie Breeman • Nancy Kough  ������������������� ������������������ ��������������� ��������������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������ �������������������������������� ������������� � �������� ������������� � ������������������������ �������������������������