Sunday, April 20, 2008
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Gwinnett Daily Post
SUGAR HILL - Got junk? Sugar Hill wants it.
With tax season all but a memory, it's time for a little spring cleaning in the city.
In cooperation with Robertson Sanitation, Sugar Hill will sponsor two clean-up days starting in May. Beginning May 14, waste crews will pick up approved items on the north end of Ga. Highway 20. The following week - May 21 - workers will remove items on the southern portion of Ga. 20.
Residents are asked to place items by the street; there is no charge for disposal. The initiative is for Sugar Hill residents only, officials said.
Several items will be collected, including:
· Broken or discarded lawn and garden furniture and equipment;
· Broken or discarded appliances (no refrigerators or freezers);
· Broken or discarded furniture;
· Other general debris from the yard or basement.
The city will not accept the following items:
· Yard or trash trimmings;
· Household garbage and construction debris;
· Hazardous materials or chemicals;
· Engines maintaining gas or oil;
· Propane and gasoline tanks;
· Automotive parts, tires or batteries;
For more information, visit www.cityofsugarhill.com.