When Ezra Zimmerman set out to collect 1,000 coats this winter for Open Door Shelter in Norwalk, he didn’t know if his goal was attainable. After a few collections around town, the owner of EZ Moving and EZ Junk Removal would soon discover that the bar wasn’t set high enough. In December and January, Ridgefielders donated more than 1,100 coats … read more
Three Ridgefield businesses — EZ Junk Removal, Rossini Landscaping, and Planet Pizza — are planning to raise money for Ridgefield resident Jeff Doyle at the end of November. Doyle was diagnosed with Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome (RSD) several years ago, and has several medical expenses that aren’t being covered by his insurance company. “This about raising money for a really … read more
Ezra Zimmerman and Pete Rossini’s three-day Texas trip to help victims of Hurricane Harvey was a success by every measurement. The Ridgefield duo almost doubled their initial fund-raising GoFundMe request of $10,000, navigated a box truck through a difficult, flood-ravaged terrain, and delivered a dozen pallets of food and water to Greater Jerusalem Baptist Church in Houston. Like with any … read more
[wide][/wide] First Selectman Rudy Marconi delivered his annual state of the town address, the Ridgefield Chamber of Commerce handed out its awards for business and new business of the year, and new Chamber board members were introduced to the community. Those were the headlines coming from Friday’s annual Chamber breakfast and state of the town ceremony. Ezra Zimmerman of EZ Junk … read more
Local business owners Ezra Zimmerman and Pete Rossini like to give back to their community. So when they saw that sidewalks on Danbury Road were neglected after two consecutive snowstorms earlier this month, they stepped up to the plate — shovels in hand. Zimmerman, who owns EZ Moving and EZ Junk Removal, was inspired to volunteer around town after having … read more
The Chamber of Commerce has named EZ Junk Removal Ridgefield’s new business of the year. The business focuses on removing items from residential or commercial properties, including heavy equipment. “Thank you to all of our loyal customers, and great employees that helped make this possible,” said owner Ezra Zimmerman. More information is available at ezjunkct.com or by calling 203-894-2005.