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Posted on: October 12, 2018

City Lifts Bulk/Brush Limits, Asks Residents to Report Missing Containers

In anticipation of an increase in residential bulk and brush amounts due to damages caused by the recent flash-flooding event, the city’s bulk and brush limits have been lifted for Solid Waste collections during the week of Oct. 15-19. Also, residents whose trash or recycling containers have gone missing as a result of flooding from the recent storm are asked to call 853-2000, Option 1 to inform Solid Waste Management staff.


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