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Residents can discard larger trash items this week

By Liz Moomey
liz.moomey@salisburypost.com

SALISBURY — City residents can discard large items during Fall Spruce-up on Monday through Friday.

The Salisbury Public Services Department will pick up extra trash, mattresses, tires without rims, appliances and furniture.

Kelly Doyle, senior office assistant at Public Services, said a lot of people take advantage of the spruce-up to discard bigger pieces of trash.

Pickup will be with regular trash collection. Items must be on the curb before 7 a.m. Doyle recommends sitting the on the curb the night before.

Doyle said Public Services has had several calls asking about the spruce-up from residents who wanted to clean up after the remnants of Hurricane Michael passed through the region.

“This timing has been good for some people,” Doyle said.

The service is for residents in Salisbury city limits. No building materials or electronics will be collected.

Similar collections are scheduled in January, April and July.

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