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Programs and Services
Forestry
Forestry responsibilities includes planting, removing and maintaining trees and replacing sidewalks damaged by tree roots. The Forestry operation is led by Superintendent Swanson, and Foreman John S. Schifferli. It is responsible for planting approximately 400 new trees per year for the Town of Tonawanda to continue being named a Tree City USA by the National Arbor Day Foundation. The town has received this prestigious distinction every year since 1997.
Forestry

Garbage and Recycling Collection
Garbage and recycling collection responsibilities include the weekly collection of garbage, trash, recycling and household hazardous waste. Superintendent Swanson, along with Foreman Joseph L. Beaumont and Foreman Jeff Hedges, lead these dedicated workers. The department's recycling program was recently honored by Erie County for having the "most informative brochure" in the county.
Garbage and Recycling Collection

Highway (Streets)
Highway responsibilities include plowing, salting, sweeping and paving of roads, as well as replacing curbs and collecting leaves. Superintendent Swanson and Deputy Superintendent Chuck Klipfel, along with the finest group of foremen and assistant foremen of any Highway Department anywhere, oversee this operation.
Highway (Streets)


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