Resident Shredding Day – Parte Deux
Because of its immense popularity in this Town, a second Resident Shredding Day has been announced for Saturday, November 13, 2021 from 9 am to 1 pm at the Weston Police Station. No non-residents may be shredded.
For those who have a great deal of household shredding to be done (things do tend to pile up), community shredding is the way to go. Shred as many as you want–it’s the same price: free.
As always, the Owl would like to thank the Town communications person (who doesn’t exist at the moment) for allowing the day to continue to be known as Resident Shredding Day in spite of full knowledge of the implied connotations.
As an aside, someone on the Northside has jumped the gun on shredding. On a walk yesterday evening on Round Hill Road, Katie Puppy apprehended this foot. We have our suspicions*.
*Actually we pretty much know this fell off the Sophomore Class Haunted House decorations truck.
The Weston Police Department is at 180 Boston Post Road.
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