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Friday, October 28, 2011

Bulky Trash Amnesty Day planned for Nov. 5.

Hembree Road location accepting items for free from 8 a.m. to noon.


MILTON, Ga., Oct. 27, 2011 - The City of Milton Public Works Department and Milton Grows Green are offering residents a bulky trash amnesty day Saturday, Nov. 5.

From 8 a.m. to noon, residents of Milton can bring items to the City of Roswell Public Works Division at 1810 Hembree Road in Roswell. Only City of Milton and Roswell residents will be served. Proof of residency will be required, and utility bills are preferred.

Some of the items that will be accepted are:

tires - must be off the rim, automobile tires only; limit 4 per car
sofas
tables
refrigerators
chairs
washers
dryers
televisions
deactivated cell phones
computer equipment and electronics
The following items will not be accepted:

paint
household hazardous waste
any fluids including motor oil and anti-freeze
household batteries
construction and demolition materials
yard waste
For proper disposal of these items, please contact either the Roswell Recycling Center at 770-442-8822 (motor oil and anti-freeze) or Chadwick Landfill at 770-475-9868.

Materials will only be accepted at the site on the day of the event and only during the hours of 8 a.m. and noon. Please note that the gate will close at noon.

For more information, please contact Milton Sustainability Coordinator Cindy Eade at 678-242-2509 or cindy.eade@cityofmiltonga.us.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Great timing! I have about 3,000 Matt Dunz signs to get rid of. I have been putting about thirty in every developer's yard in Milton, most even two at a time, but I am ready to just get rid of the lot.

Anonymous said...

We'll take them off your dirty hands.

Anonymous said...

Why do you want the signs? You must be a developer living in Alabama or Suwanee?

I don't think that there is any more public land available for Kunz signs anyway. I guess you could put them three in a row instead of just two.

Anonymous said...

I am not a developer, nor tied to any developer, In fact a supporter of less development, but would place them in my yard and hold them up proudly on election day.

Anonymous said...

I'll finish that for you, 4:27.

..."hold them up proudly on election day, because as a supporter of less development, I would like to see the density of our city triple as variances an rezonings are rubber-stamped by a guy that is collecting money from the applicants.