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News Articles
Posted on Apr 27th, 2021
Hardie Board (Cement Board) has been added as an approved exterior wall material.
Posted on Sep 26th, 2017

by Dr. Frank Lipman Jan. 02, 2017


Here in New York — the land of the Type-A personality — I see a lot of patients who jump into their workout routine at the same high level they do everything else, hitting the gym every day like a pro athlete possessed. That is, until they arrive at my office in a virtual heap, dragged out, depleted, and suffering from inflammation and symptoms of adrenal fatigue, including exhaustion, body aches, brain fog, irritability, moodiness, feeling overwhelmed, and frequent cravings for sweet and/or salty foods.

Upcoming Events
Bulk Curbside Leaf Collection
Monday, October 18th to Wednesday, November 24th
Naperville’s bulk curbside leaf collection program begins its first two-week cycle on Oct. 18.
The second two-week cycle begins Nov. 1, and the third and final cycle begins Nov. 15, ending on Nov. 24.
Residents should rake leaves into the street next to the curb in front of their homes by 6 a.m. on the first day of each collection cycle. Crews will collect leaves once from each neighborhood during each cycle. The exact day of collection is uncertain and can’t be guaranteed, as it will be determined by the volume of leaves and weather conditions.
Rake leaves away from storm drains to prevent flooding and place only leaves in curbside piles. Branches and other items in leaf piles can break equipment, delaying the collection process. Please advise any landscape contractors who work at your home and may be unfamiliar with City operations to rake leaves into the street and not into the strip of land between the sidewalk and road (parkway).
Leaves and yard waste in paper yard waste bags will be collected free of charge from Nov. 1 through Dec. 17. No yard waste stickers are required during that time. However, branches and other yard waste tied in bundles require yard waste stickers at all times. Full leaf collection information is available at www.naperville. il.us/leafcollection.
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