Friday, October 30, 2009

Got Big Trash?

Bulky Trash Amnesty Day Coming November 7th!

Bulky Trash Amnesty Day is the perfect time for Fall cleaning without worrying about what to do with the big stuff! The Public Works Departments of Milton, Alpharetta, and Roswell are joining together on Saturday, Nov. 7 from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. to offer residents a chance to clean out their garages, basements, and attics and dispose of unwanted items at no charge.

Residents should bring items to the City of Roswell Public Works Division at 1810 Hembree Road. This event has become highly popular, so arrive early and please expect delays.

Materials will only be accepted at the site on the day of the event and only during the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. Please note that the line will be cut off at 2:00 p.m. For more information, contact Milton Grows Green, at


Anonymous said...

Milton could take the biggest heap of unneighborly nastiness to Trash Amnesty Day next week!

Anonymous said...

What kinds of items?

Anonymous said...

can someone please take julie?

Anonymous said...

Also please go there and pick up old water heaters and tires so they can be sprinkled at Bailey Farms and Gardens. They will be ready for next year.

Anonymous said...

You Zahnerites are absolute idiots, or disengenuous...maybe just both.

I just got an autodial from Julie, of all people.
She is "all in", as they say in Vegas. Invariably, she hides in the shadows like the wimpy Wizard of Oz, operating via dupes like Leona Cole, Paula Moore, pathetic Carol and nutty Nikky. This time, she is so desperate, the One herself has come out for her cast of candidates.
Her call says Milton will be the same if we vote her way...and it WILL!!!
In other words, no improvement, no parks, no quality of life increases, no tax relief, nothing.
Just a desperate longing for something that only exists in some minds every fall during elections. Anyone who really wants to protect, improve, save Milton needs to run away from the Z-ites as fast as they can.

Let's really do something innovative with our horse community, get parks that are the envy of the region, keep one acre,(regardless of who connects to EXISTING sewer pipes to protect the environment). Julie and her gang haven't done anything innovative in their lives. Look at Tina: uses co-hosts for events she hasn't gotten permission from, signs in places without permission, when corrected she extorts concessions or fires from City committees. She tried to veto the parks authority, didn't start disability awareness as claimed, didn't do much of anything. When an apparently reasonable opponent surfaces, she tries to bribe him to drop she can save her sacred seat & title. Oh, she isn't a professor, she is an "instructor". Doesn't sound so cool.
We should be much more concerned about a man's brother going public saying he is unfit for a position of public trust, than some silly trumped up claim of an obscure company scandal.

Get real, go vote. The only truth is this IS an important election. In Dist 5, if Tina does win, we will have to pay $100k for a special election, undoubtedly, unless the City sues Tina due to her misconduct and makes her pay...which she can't.

Julie and her gang haven't run a business, held a job and most seem to have trouble selecting spellcheck when they blog. Do you really want moonbats running a $20million business, with your money and your property value at stake?

I don't.