Below is information about the slide trash removal for the next two weeks due to Christmas and New Years. Also, information about how to dispose of your live Christmas trees during the entire month of January and how to properly dispose of electronics. Remember, they cannot go out in the trash. On another note, if you do not have curbside recycling, there are many places around town where you can take your flattened cardboard boxes to be recycled – including Ben Davis High School in their north parking lot just off of Girls School Road. That is a complete recycling bin that takes glass, plastics, newspaper, cans, and flattened cardboard. There are other places to recycle many of your recyclables around including big green bins in Kroger parking lots as well as many Churches do newspapers and magazines in the green and yellow bins
Something that I have noticed lately in various neighborhoods can become a hazard as the weather changes. Many curbs still have a lot of leaves and other yard waste in them. This can only cause a lot of trouble this winter. The debris can wash over the grates and then water cannot flow into the sewers correctly. If water backs up on the street and freezes it can cause an accident , cars sliding, and maybe people getting injured. If there are still leaves, etc. in gutters front of your house, or between your house and the grates, it would be very helpful if you could get these swept up before the weather gets bad. Thanks so much for taking time now to keep other problems from happening later.
City-County Councillor District 6
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|Subject:||Holiday Trash Roundup: Slide Schedules, Christmas Tree Disposal and Helpful Tips to Clean Up After the Holidays|
|Date:||Tue, 23 Dec 2014 03:00:00 -0500|
|From:||Scott Manning <email@example.com>|
|To:||j mchenry <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
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