Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

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April 5, 2014

Bluefield, Va., readies for annual spring cleanup campaign

BLUEFIELD, Va. — Spring cleanups are in full swing around the two Virginias including the Bluefield, Va., annual free spring cleanup.

The town of Bluefield, Va., has the annual free spring cleanup scheduled for April 28 though May 30, according to a press release from the town.

Residents will be allowed one free pick up of either trash or brush during the designated times.

“This is an excellent chance for people to get rid of unwanted items and improve the communities and neighborhoods overall appearance,” Mayor Don Harris said.

Residents who wish to participate need to sign up by calling town hall at 276-322-4626 between April 21 through April 25. Any calls received after April 25 will not be free.

Items that will not be picked up include bricks, rocks, shingles, aluminum siding, construction materials, junk cars, tires and parts. Brush limbs must not be longer than 4 feet.

Scheduled pick up times:

April 21 to April 25: Call town hall to be placed on the free pick-up list.

April 28 to May 2: Double Gates, Leedy Addition, Briarwood, College Drive, Hickory Hills.

May 5 to May 9: Sedgewood, Windwood, Doe Meadows, Fincastle Estates, Forest Hills.

May 12 to May 16: Downtown, East End, North Side, North College, Crescent View

May 19 to May 23: South College, Pine Hill Park, Hockman Pike, West Graham

May 27 to May 30: Brush pick up only.

— Contact Anne Elgin at aelgin@bdtonline.com

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