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== Curbside Collection ==
<p><ol> 500 Federal Street<br>
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Andover, Ma 01810<br>
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Phone: 978-681-0800<br>
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Web Site: [http://www.mslaw.edu/ http://www.mslaw.edu] </ol></p>
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The Massachusetts School of Law, located on Federal Street, was founded in 1988 to provide "entry to the legal profession for working-class students". From the beginning, the school had difficulty getting American Bar Association accreditation. This made it impossible for students to sit for the bar examination or practice outside of Massachusetts. after the school petitioned the ABA for many years, about 8 states allowed MSL graduates to work as licensed lawyers. MSL, Dean Lawrence Velvel, and, eventually, the Department of Justice attacked the so-called anti-competitive rules of ABA accreditation by filing an antitrust suit against the ABA. The school continues to sponsor controversial talks and programs. Alumni of the school include 4 state representatives, including Barry Finegold, and one state senator.  
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* In the fall leaves are collected on regular trash days on the five weeks before Thandksgiving week and the week following Thanksgiving.
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* In the spring leaves are collected on the regular collection day six weeks before Memorial Day.
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* Leaves can be placed in barrels, boxes, clear plastic or brown paper leaf bags.
  
 
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*[http://andoverma.gov/faq/ Waste Disposal and Recycling]
  
*[http://andover.mvlc.org/opac/en-US/skin/default/xml/rdetail.xml?r=923692&t=against%20the%20tide&tp=title&l=5&d=0&f=at&hc=17&rt=title ''Against the Tide''] by Debbie Hagan. 2004 (Andover Room R 340.071 Hag)
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== Drop-off Site ==
*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Massachusetts_School_of_Law Massachusetts School of Law] Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia, September 5,2012.
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*Leaves are composted at Bald Hill on High Plain Road.
*"Changes in law-school accrediting resolve federal antitrust cast," ''The Chronicle of Higher Education'', July 7, 1995, p. A23.
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Directions: <p><ol>Take Route 133 to Greenwood Road. Follow Greenwood Road 0.8 mile to High Plain Road. Take a left onto  Haggetts Pond Road. Continue one mile to Bald Hill<br></ol></p>
*"Settlement will mean changes in ABA's accreditation process," ''The National Law Journal'', July 10, 1995, p. A15?.
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*[http://www.boston.com/business/globe/articles/2006/12/05/mass_school_of_law_urges_us_to_reduce_clout_of_bar/ "Andover Law School Continues Fight with ABA,"]  ''Andover Townsman'', June 22, 2000, p.6.
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*"Andover Law School guilty of Unique Style," ''Andover Townsman'', November 25, 2004.
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*"11 Telly Awards: Judges in Tune with Law School's Cable Shows," ''Andover Townsman'', March 17, 2005.
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*"Law School Students Place Third at National Mock Trial," ''Eagle Tribune'', April 23, 2008.
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*"Law School Dean to Plan War Crimes Trial for Bush," ''Andover Townsman'', June 26, 2008, p.1, 4.
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*[http://www.andoverma.gov/recycle/how.html ''Andover Recycles'']
  
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Revision as of 20:48, 21 December 2006

Curbside Collection

  • In the fall leaves are collected on regular trash days on the five weeks before Thandksgiving week and the week following Thanksgiving.
  • In the spring leaves are collected on the regular collection day six weeks before Memorial Day.
  • Leaves can be placed in barrels, boxes, clear plastic or brown paper leaf bags.

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Drop-off Site

  • Leaves are composted at Bald Hill on High Plain Road.
Directions:

    Take Route 133 to Greenwood Road. Follow Greenwood Road 0.8 mile to High Plain Road. Take a left onto Haggetts Pond Road. Continue one mile to Bald Hill

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--Eleanor 19:40, December 21, 2006 (EST)

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