Friday, May 6, 2011

Town of Ramapo Shred Day

Supervisor Christopher P. St. Lawrence announced that the Town of Ramapo will be sponsoring a Free Document Shredding Day for Town residents on Sunday, May 15th, in the Ramapo Town Hall parking lot, 12:00 Noon to 4:00 P.M., or until the on-site shredder truck is full.

"Our first Shredding Day was a tremendous success, shredding is the best way to dispose of credit card and financial statements, old tax forms, bills, checks and documents with personal identification" stated Supervisor St. Lawrence.

The shredder truck will be provided by HB Data Security. Metal, plastic items, three ring binders and hardcover books are not acceptable for shredding. The "Ramapo Shredding Day" limits each person to four boxes of paper documents.

"Identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes in the U.S., said Shredding Day Coordinator Town Councilman Daniel Friedman, this endeavor is an opportunity for Town residents to have their sensitive documents properly disposed."

For further information contact Phil Tisi at 357-5100 ext. 201

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