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Re: Ticket for Construction Debris
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This city has some balls. A ticket for this nonsense but i never hear about the city issuing tickets to buildings that don't shovel their snow.

I would fight this. I have been through this before and the judges are reasonable. With your ticket, you should have also received a picture of the debris. If it is just that pallet, i would take your receipt from the appliance delivery, along with the picture, and go to court and explain the situation. Any reasonable person will see that you are not trying to throw out construction debris.

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A cut up pallet will be taken if you can fit the pieces in a trash can (and you don't overload it)

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A couple of weeks ago, I threw out a pallet that was used to ship a new appliance. The wood from the pallet was cut up and placed on the sidewalk. I received a $105.00 ticket for construction debris. Does this count as construction debris, or does this seem like something worth contesting?
I have another appliance shipment likely to arrive on crate. In the future, does anyone know how to properly dispose of the pallet? I know that I've seen signs on 1/9 offering to buy pallets, but I am unable to bring the pallet there, unless I cut it up. Any suggestions?

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