Here in central NJ, always at this time of year, towns start yammerin' about how illegal it is for LCO's to put leaves at the curb for township pick-up. Some towns even go so far as to say that the leaves have to be put into little paper bags that are completely impractical. I've been piling them up at the curb for years at the customers request directly in view of township leaf trucks and have never heard boo from any town about it. Has anybody in NJ ever actually gotten noticed for this? Another question: Would you care if you had to haul the leaves away? I, for instance, would make more money on the deal.