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Hartselle Enquirer

County cleanup planned April 16-20

By Staff
Clif Knight, Hartselle Enquirer
A push to get rid of litter, trash and unwanted junk in rural Morgan County will come to a climax later this month with the observance of a county-wide Spring Cleanup.
In support of the observance, district commissioners will accept unwanted items such as old appliances, furniture and lawn equipment at their shops free of charge. Unacceptable items include roofing, tires, household garbage, scrap lumber and hazardous chemicals.
At the same time adopt-a-mile participants and other volunteers are being urged to pick up litter on road rights-of-way.
Free disposal of trash and junk at the shops is offered as follows:
The landfill will take acceptable items from county residents free of charge during normal operating hours on April 28. Proof of residency is required.
Brooks said litter bags are available at his office in Hartselle, the district shops and several municipalities. When filled they may be piled up and left on the road right-of-way or placed next to garbage cans for pickup at a later date.

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