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Those worried about the length of their hair may also been wondering about the length of the grass on the lawn.
Enforced isolation may provide the opportunity for a best trimmed hedge and manicured lawn competition is some neighbourhoods.
But where will the green waste go?
The York Council is scheduled to recommence green bin emptying at the beginning of April. Other Councils have suspended this garden waste system, so it is a little surprising that there has been no announcement from West Offices yet.
Green waste may already be building up.
We did hear from the Council a few days ago that DIY was being “discouraged” if it added waste to the collection streams (the household waste sites have been closed).
One option would be to make a delivery – using perhaps local taxis – of a composting container to any household that wants one. Subject to supply of course. Maybe many would continue to compost even after the current crisis is over. So, a win, win for everyone.
The City needs a “no personal contact” collection and delivery system for prescriptions and food supplies. With many “click and collect” services suspended at local stores there is a gaping hole in the City’s food chain system.
Time to get that fixed, with the Council taking the lead.