By ROBERT S. MERRILL
Preston’s annual spring cleanup will begin on Monday, April 21, and conclude on Friday, May 2.
Material will be collected on the south side of Oneida Street from April 21-25. City crews will pick debris up on the north side of Oneida Street from April 28-May 2.
Preston City mayor F. Lee Hendrickson said he hopes residents take advantage of the spring cleanup, which has been on-going for several years.
Officials said they want to remind residents to start thinking now about the cleanup period and that there will be some limitations on what will be taken by city crews. No cement, large tree stumps, paint, any chemicals, batteries, petroleum products, insecticides, herbicides, demolition debris or other items deemed toxic will be taken.
Officials said all metal objects, including stoves and refrigerators, will have to be piled together. All old tires will need to be in a separate pile. Green waste (grass, leaves and other similar materials) will need to be bagged. No household garbage will be picked up from the curb with garden wastes, officials said.
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