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MAYOR JAMES HONORS EMPLOYEES FOR HEROIC RESCUE

Actions of Two Watershed Spray Technicians Are Believed to Have Saved the Lives of Two Golfers.

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MAYOR JAMES PUTS ‘NEIGHBORHOODS FIRST’; TIFFANY L. DAVID, AICP NAMED DIRECTOR OF MAYOR’S SIGNATURE NEIGHBORHOOD ENGAGEMENT INITIATIVE, ADVISORY GROUP

Ms. David will also liaise with City Commissioners to help them raise awareness in our community. 

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Recycling

YELLOW BIN - Paper products go in your yellow bin

  • Newspapers
  • Magazines/Catalogs
  • Unwanted Mail
  • School/Office Papers
  • Phone Books
  • Paper Bags
  • ALL Cardboard Boxes – (includes beverage cartons, tissue boxes, dry food boxes, corrugated cardboard. Boxes must be flattened and cut to 3’ x 3’ maximum.)
  • Please place shredded paper in a brown paper bad, fold the top down to secure, and place in your yellow bin.  No plastic bags please!

BLUE BIN - Recyclable containers go in your blue bin

  • Plastic Containers #1 – #7
  • Steel Cans
  • Aluminum Cans
  • Glass Bottles and Jars
  • Drink boxes
  • Milk and juice cartons
  • Glass bottles and jars
For New or Replacement Recycling Bins please contact the Solid Waste Authority.  Solid Waste Authority
 
The processing mills and aluminum buyers for Solid Waste Authority no longer accept ALUMINUM FOIL AND PIE PLATES as recyclable material, so please throw these items into the garbage.  Please be assured that the Solid Waste Authority makes every effort to reduce, reuse and recycle.  These items will now likely be processed at our Renewable Energy Facility and turned into electricity.

Because contamination affects the marketability of the materials we collect, please be careful not to place the following in your recycle bins - plastic bags, styrofoam and food waste.