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03/08/2011 at 2:33pm
ANNOUNCEMENTS
 
 
YARD DEBRIS PICKUP - Yard debris will be picked up every other Monday.  Tentative pick up schedule through December 2014 is January 13 & 27; February 10 & 24; March 10 & 24; April 7 & 21; May 5 & 19; June 2, 16 & 30; July 14 & 28; August 11 & 25; September 8 & 22; October 6 & 20; November 3 & 17 and December 1, 15 & 29. Requirements are: 1. Light refuse (leaves, twigs, pine needles and the like) must be securely contained in a plastic bag. 2. Heavy refuse (limbs, branches and the like) may not be more than 6 feet in length, or more than 3 inches in diameter. 3. All refuse shall be deposited curbside with the butt ends facing the street by 7:00 a.m. on the scheduled pick up day. 4. Removal of debris from site clearing and building construction shall be the responsiblity of the property owner or contractor. 5. In the event a collection day falls on a legal holiday, collection shall occur on the next business day.
 
WATER BILL OPTION - The Town of Carthage is now offering the option of having  water bills emailed to customers.  Please contact the Town Office at 947-2331 if you would like to have your bill sent by email.
 
CARTHAGE BUGGY FESTIVAL- The 2014 Buggy Festival will be held on Saturday, May 10, 2014.  For more information or a vendor application please visit www.thebuggyfestival.com or call 910-947-2331.
 
RECYCLING -  A recycling container is located in the far right corner of the parking lot at the William C. Walton Municipal Building (Town Hall).  Residents should separate recyclables from household waste and deposit in this container.  Recyclables do not need to be sorted; they all go in the same container.
 
Items that should be placed in this container include:
Plastic Bottles
Aluminum Cans
Steel Food Cans
Tin & Steel Aerosol Cans (Empty)
Glass Bottles (Clear, Green & Brown)
Newspaper/Magazines/Mail
Phone Books/Office Paper
Cardboard - Non waxed
All items must be empty and clean.  Cardboard boxes must be broken down and flattened.
 
Items that should not be placed in this container include:
NO Garbage or Plastic Bags
NO Ice Cream Containers
NO Foam Egg Cartons
NO Compact Discs or DVD's
NO Paper Towels, Napkins, Cups or Plates
NO Styrofoam Items
NO Toys or Sporting Goods
 
 
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03/08/2011 at 2:23pm
Newsletter September 2014.PDF