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Trade Your Treasures & Large Item Collection Programs to take place in May

April 13, 2014 - Two annual programs, Trade Your Treasures and the Residential Large Item Collection, are designed to help Mt. Pleasant city residents get rid of items cluttering up their homes, garages and basements. The programs are scheduled to take place in May.

Trade Your Treasures - May 10 and 11
The Trade Your Treasures program, set for May 10 and 11, is a way for residents to exchange unwanted items with other residents simply by placing the items at the curb. 

Residents should place unwanted items at the curbside in front of their homes for trading the mornings of May 10 and 11. Property owners/residents are responsible for the proper disposal of all items not claimed by May 11. Stickers may be purchased to have these items picked up during the Large Item Collection on May 16 (see below). Residents are encouraged to call with a list of items available for trading.

Residential Large Item Collection - May 16
City residents who have large items in their homes they wish to dispose of have the opportunity to have those items collected by the City on May 16.

Residents must fill out the form below and take it to the Public Works office or City Hall to purchase a sticker for each item by 4:30 p.m. on May 15. Cost is $10/sticker for each non-Freon item or $35/sticker for each item containing Freon, such as an air conditioner or refrigerator. Sticker(s) must be placed on the item(s) and the item(s) must be set at the curb by 7:30 a.m. on May 16. Stickers are available at City Hall, 320 W. Broaway, and Public Works, 1303 N. Franklin, between May 12 and 15.

Trade Your Treasures & Large Item Collection Form/Flyer

Unacceptable items include, but are not limited to: Pianos, hot tubs or any oversized item; automobile tires; clothing; hazardous items; and small miscellaneous items. Refrigerators and freezers left at the curb must have the doors secured. Contact Public Works at 779-5401 or Code Enforcement at 779-5347 with questions or for more information.

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