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Hanceville Mass Citywide Clean-Up In Progress

by | Apr 19, 2017 | Breaking News, City News, Get Smart, Hanceville

Hanceville Mass Citywide Clean-Up In Progress

The annual free landfill pick-up program is in full swing this week in the City of Hanceville (April 17 through 21).

Hanceville Mayor Kenneth Nail is asking all city residents to participate in this 2017 Hanceville Spring Clean-Up.

Hanceville residents are being asked to take all manner of personal debris out to their curbsides for pick-up service by the Hanceville Public Works Department.

★ The goal is to make Hanceville as clean, uncluttered and beautiful as possible.

All waste products citizens may have accumulated over time are eligible for pick up – EXCEPT:

• Batteries
• Gas Tanks
• Tires
• Paints & Solvents
• Shingle
• Hazardous Materials

• Household Garbage (that stays in your city plastic waste bins and is picked up on your regular schedule).

Public Works crews are running continuously this week from 7 am to 4:30 pm under the supervision of Public Works Director Rusty Fields. Tons of debris had already been hauled away through the end of business on Tuesday.

Properties that still have overtly overgrown or debris filled landscapes will begin receiving citations from City Hall next week. Nobody wants a fine … so, clean it all up this week.

In this interview, Mayor Nail and Director Fields explains this citywide clean-up in great detail:

City of Hanceville
Hanceville Mass Citywide Clean-Up In Progress
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