Twenty years ago, when we moved into our home on Acorn Hill Road, we were not happy about living so close to the Woodbridge Transfer Station and having to deal with truck and car traffic and the ‘fly-off’ litter on the road. But the Transfer Station is a Woodbridge gem and the town employees who work there must be acknowledged. Craig Molsick and Anthony Esposito who manage and run the station, are friendly, very helpful and always willing to answer our questions about which dumpster is appropriate for our household and garden waste. They are committed to keeping the facility safe, clean and running efficiently.
But above and beyond being excellent Woodbridge employees, they have planted a beautiful border garden of zinnia and sunflowers hugging the road as you exit the Transfer Station. This profusion of colorful flowers in a space you don’t expect to find such beauty, just makes us smile.
We have grown to really appreciate the Woodbridge Transfer Station and all the employees that work there. In many ways it is ‘The Town Center’, the place where you meet and chat with other Woodbridge residents and learn about local politics.
Pat and Rick Allen
Pictured are: Anthony Esposito & Craig Molsick [Photo By Rick Allen]