Lebanon Reporter

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April 16, 2014

Lebanon will help collect storm debris

Through April 22, the Lebanon Street Department will pick up leaves and limbs at curbside, to help residents clean up debris left from winter storms.

Limbs and leaves must be separated, Street Superintendent Larry Lee said.

He said they will not pick up limbs that residents have cut or trimmed from their trees and bushes. Residents may take these trimmings to GreenCycle, 4227 S. Perry Word Road; for more information call the company at 317-769-5668.

Lebanon’s annual spring cleanup will be 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 25-26 at the street department, 1301 Lafayette Avenue, Lee said. Only Lebanon residents may participate; proof of residency is required.

Only household materials will be accepted for disposal.“We will not take any hazardous waste,” Lee said. “We will not accept any brush, tires, oil-based paint, drywall, roofing materials, pallets, railroad ties or any construction materials.”A free household hazardous waste collection and electronics recycling will be 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 26 at the Boone County Highway Department, 1955 Indianapolis Avenue, Lebanon. The event is sponsored by the Boone County Solid Waste District.

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