Christmas is over and people are piling their trees, wreaths and decorative roping at the curb. Two years ago, I read about Long Islanders planting sea grass in an attempt to combat beach erosion, and they stacked old Christmas trees on the beach as an aid ["Summer as usual?" Home, Feb. 15, 2013].
Recycling done properly is great, and many today have grown up with it. But like anything else, convenience and availability can be greater incentives than the desire to work for the greater good.
Is New York doing anything to transport or create drop-off centers for these purposes?
Linda Behrman, North Merrick