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Community Garage Sale, Clean-Up Day Around the Corner

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Colder weather is looming, and many of us will be spending the next few weeks tying off the loose ends of summer. This often includes tidying up our homes, throwing out things that have been taking up space, and giving our yards a final manicure.

The Town of Niverville will be offering a number of services this fall to help out.

One is the annual Town Clean-Up Day, which offers residents the chance to safely dispose of objects that might be too large for ordinary garbage collection.

On Saturday, September 26, from 8:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m., these items can be brought to Bristal Hauling, located at 405 Kuzenko Street in the Niverville Business Park.

Upon arrival, residents will need to separate their items into the appropriate categories, which include: garbage, recycling, yard waste, scrap metal, wood, concrete, E-waste, tires, propane tanks, paint, CFLs and other fluorescent bulbs, and used oil and oil filters.

Old appliances will also be accepted, there will be a $20 charge for old fridges and freezers.

That same day, wood-chipping services will be available. This will be the opportunity for residents to get rid of branches or give their trees a good pruning. Some of the details haven’t been worked out yet, such as the time and place, but this information will be announced on the town’s website.

Also on Saturday 26, the Niverville Credit Union will be hosting a document-shredding service in its parking lot on Main Street. The service will be free, beginning at 10:00 a.m. and running until 2:00 p.m.

And if you’ve been cleaning out your home and would like to hold a garage sale, the ideal time will be the weekend of September 18–19. You can register your address with the town in advance, to make sure you’re on the official list.

For more information

To register for the Niverville Community Garage Sale, call 204-388-4600 (ext. 115) or email recreation@whereyoubelong.ca

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