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Leaves don't have to be bagged, but should be neat

By Staff
Question: A Mason Drive resident asked this question this week: What does the city ordinance say about grass clippings being bagged? And what does the city ordinance say about mixing limbs, leaves, plastic flowerpots, etc. at the curb?
Answer: Grass clippings in Hartselle don't have to be bagged, but should be kept separate from the other items, according to city ordinances.
According to Jeff Johnson with the city's building department, the regulations have changed often in recent years, but here are the regulations:
The city will not pick-up the following items:
Have a question you'd like an answer to? E-mail them to leada.devaney@hartselleenquirer.com; fax to 256-773-1953; or phone the editorial department at 256-773-6566.

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