In brief

| 15 Feb 2012 | 10:34

    The case of the missing butterfly bushes Warwick — The following dispatch was received late this week from Warwick Village Mayor Michael Newhard: Sleuths of Warwick: I need your help. Eleven Butterfly Bushes are missing. They had been re-potted from the Warwick in Bloom planters and were ready to be planted in the Hallowed Ground as part of an Outdoor Classroom for Park Avenue Elementary School. The plants were in our DPW yard and I imagine someone thought they were for the taking. If anyone has information or inadvertently took them we would appreciate their return. Thank you. Mayor Newhard Downed tree limbs and brush Warwick — The following item comes from Warwick Town Supervisor Michael Sweeton: “Town residents can bring tree limbs and brush brought down by the recent snowstorm to the large parking lot at Union Corners Road. Please place the debris to the right of the lot as you enter.”