Morgan County plans fall cleanup weeks

Morgan County residents will get two weeks for disposal of unwanted household items, including furniture and appliances.

The Morgan County Commission has designated the week of Oct. 2-5 and Oct 7 for the county’s annual Fall Cleanup Week, and the environmental services department has arranged for residents to dispose of items at the regional landfill Oct. 9-14.

The event differs from prior years, when three of the four district shops allowed residents to drop off items for disposal during cleanup week. The District 1 shop opened for the annual cleanup on Saturdays only, because of its proximity to the landfill, which receives drop-offs as well.

  This year, District 4 Commissioner Greg Abercrombie’s shop will be the only one open for drop-offs. The other district shops will not be open, but residents will have an opportunity to dispose of items at the environmental services building located at the Industrial Park in Hartselle or at the landfill.

  In addition to the designated cleanup weeks, residents may take items to environmental services throughout the year, preferably on Tuesday and Wednesday of each week.

Items that will not be accepted include shingles, tires, household garbage, lumber and hazardous materials.

Anyone with questions about either of the clean-up weeks should call 256-773-3887.

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