Palmyra Township will hold its annual spring cleanup … this summer.
The cleanup is set for 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. June 11 and from 7:30 a.m. to noon June 12 at the Palmyra Township Fire Station. Only Palmyra Township residents may participate, and they will be checking IDs.
Township employees will be on hand to help residents transfer items from their vehicles to the dumpsters but will not unload entire vehicles themselves. Tires will not be accepted, nor will chemicals, oil, paint or construction debris.
“We will be accepting computers and printers like we have in the past,” Trustee Henry Michael said.
More from the meeting:
- Trustees are already eyeing state bid prices on road salt for the 2021-22 winter, prepping for a bidding process that begins each April. Last year, trustees spent $56 per ton for 75 tons of salt. While a good amount is left over from this relatively mild winter, no one knows what’s coming next year, Michael said. Let the bidding begin.
Wendy DiAlesandro is a former Record Publishing Co. reporter and contributing writer for The Portager.