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VIPA Doing Cleanup of Bourne Field

The Port Authority will be cleaning and landscaping the Bourne Field residential community, which is owned by the Authority. VIPA awarded a contract to Boschulte Landscaping via a competitive bidding process to clean, clear, prune, cut and remove bush and debris throughout the neighborhood.

The cleanup begins on Monday, August 5, from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. daily until the work is finished. It is estimated to take about two weeks to be completed. Residents are asked to remove all personal items outside their unit and to secure their dogs to protect the individuals conducting the cleanup. VIPA police have also tagged abandoned and derelict vehicles parked in Bourne Field and have begun to tow the vehicles.

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The Port Authority will be cleaning and landscaping the Bourne Field residential community, which is owned by the Authority. VIPA awarded a contract to Boschulte Landscaping via a competitive bidding process to clean, clear, prune, cut and remove bush and debris throughout the neighborhood. The cleanup begins on Monday, August 5, from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. daily until the work is finished. It is estimated to take about two weeks to be completed. Residents are asked to remove all personal items outside their unit and to secure their dogs to protect the individuals conducting the cleanup. VIPA police have also tagged abandoned and derelict vehicles parked in Bourne Field and have begun to tow the vehicles.