City of E.M. Free Leaf Only Yard Waste Pickup


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Posted Online: Oct. 08, 2012, 12:03 pm
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Press release submitted by city of East Moline

The City of East Moline will have a "Free Leaf Only Yard Waste Pickup" every Wednesday, October 24th thru November 28th.

Leaf Only Yard Waste pickup will be collected at curbside. Leaf Only Yard Waste must be placed in paper yard waste bags specified for this waste. You do not have to have East Moline yard waste sticker on the bags. Please set out at curbside before 7:00 a.m.

Brush and regular yard waste still require brush ties or stickers. Brush still needs to be bundled no longer than 4' long.




















 




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