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Campaign to Clean Up Metcalfe County underway



2021-04-07 - Metcalfe County, KY - Photo from Gaye Shaw, Edmonton Metcalfe County Chamber of Commerce.
Metcalfe County Solid Waste Coordinator Scotty Mosby announced the kick off of 'Clean Up Metcalfe County'. The County will have dumpsters in Center beside the bank, in Edmonton at the Fairgrounds, and in Summer Shade at the Firehouse. Citizens are asked not to throw tires, paint or chemicals in the dumpsters as these are only for cleanup. He is asking for volunteers to pick up trash on the roadsides and at public parks. He said, "I would like to thank Melissa Coomer and kids for volunteering - let's all get together on this and take pride in our county." - Scotty Mosby, Metcalfe County Solid Waste Coordinator.


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