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Free Tipping April 1 and 2, 2022

By Bridget Compton

Judge Executive Gale Cowan and the Adair County Fiscal Court are proud to offer a wonderful opportunity for the residents of Adair County to dispose of unwanted items and materials.

Items may be dropped off at the Mid-State Transfer Station, 877 L Willis Rd, Columbia KY, on the following dates:
  • Friday, April 1, 2022, from 7amCT to 3pmCT
  • Saturday, April 2, 2022 from 7amCT to 11amCT
The following items will NOT be accepted: Tires, Anything Hazardous, Dirt (Silage Plastic), Wet Drywall, Manure, Dead Animals, Concrete, Rocks, Stacks of Lumber, Steel Cables, Burning Barrels, Capacitors, Tanks (Acetylene, Oxygen, Propane)

Notes: Paint will be accepted, but only if it has been dried with either sand and/or cat litter. Anyone bringing large loads must help unload themselves.

To get to the transfer station, go past Wal-Mart on Burkesville Road, and take the first road on the left after you cross over the Louie B Nunn Parkway. Phone: (270)-384-6014.

For additional information please contact Judge Executive Gale Cowan's Office, during normal business hours, Monday-Friday, at 270-384-4703.

This story was posted on 2022-03-16 18:17:57
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