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Keep Blanco Beautiful for February 27
Wednesday, February 27, 2013 • Posted February 28, 2013 7:05 PM

Saturday, April 13, is the official City Wide Trash-Off Event. Start now to organize your team to pick up litter along our city streets and in our parks. Many hands make light work! If you are not a member of an organization and want to help, there is a sign-up sheet at the city office. Sign up when you go in to pay your water bill!

The city yard on Jones Avenue will be open for large items you wish to discard Monday, April 8, to Friday, April 12. Pick up a voucher at City Hall to drop off old furniture, appliances, trashed kids’ toys, etc. No tires, batteries, fuels or wet paints will be accepted. More information on how to get rid of those items below. If you need help removing large items from your garage/yard and getting them to the city yard, please leave your name and address at the city offices. The people at KBB will find someone to help you.

Get your group signed up to help before March 20 to receive a Keep Blanco Beautiful T-Shirt. Anyone who comes out to work on April 13 will be rewarded with a noon meal and a big thank-you from the community, as well as the pride you feel in a job well done. Contact Retta Martin to get a sign-up sheet (833 -4720)

The County will hold its County-Wide Clean-Up Event the last Saturday in April (the 27th) from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.. This is the opportunity for residents outside Blanco’s city limits to get rid of their trash. Tires will be accepted for a nominal fee. Electronic devices (old TVs, printers, computers, etc.) will be recycled. Furniture, brush, and mattresses will be accepted. Fuels and waste automotive oil can be taken to the recycling center on Jones Avenue. Automotive and rechargeable batteries may be taken to NAPA for recycling. Flashlight-type batteries can be recycled at many electronics stores. Don’t forget that you can drop your glass, cardboard, paper, cans and plastics at the Blanco recycling center on Jones Avenue 24/7.

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