[Chat] FW: DPW INDEPENDENCE DAY OBSERVANCE
Stephen J Gewirtz
gewirtz at bellatlantic.net
Mon Jun 29 16:55:10 EDT 2009
Despite what it says in the DPW calendar, trash apparently will be
picked up this Friday, July 3. But most other trash/recycling
operations will be closed that day.
There will be no trash or recycling pickups on Monday, July 13, and One
Plus One will begin on July 14. Starting that week, those of us in
Charles Village north of 25th including the north side of 25th will have
trash pickup Tuesday, 7/14 and subsequent Tuesdays and recycling pickup
Thursday, 7/16 and subsequent Thursdays. That includes all of Abell.
If you are east of Greenmount or south of 25th, use the link below to
learn your days.
As originally planned, the two sides of Greenmount below 33rd will have
different trash and recycling days from each other under One Plus One.
Mary Pat Clarke is seeking to change that within Waverly Main Street to
make both sides of Greenmount have the same days. Previously, the two
sides of Greenmount had different trash collection days, and a change
was made to make them the same.
A map of the trash and recycling days citywide starting July 14 is:
Under One Plus One, each house will be allowed 96 gallons of trash per
week, unlimited recycling, and unlimited yard waste in clear or labeled
plastic bags (put out on the trash day). Trash must be in covered trash
cans. It may not be in a plastic bag unless that bag is inside a
covered trash can. Recycling may be in the yellow containers
distributed by the City, by CVCBD and by several hardware stores, or it
may be in paper bags or in cardboard cartons, or it may be paper that
has been tied up. Recycling should not be in plastic bags.
The City says that it is planning enforcement of the requirement trash
be in a proper container. Don't get fined!
Rodriguez, Catalina wrote:
> *_HOLIDAY NOTICE_*
> Independence Day is Saturday, July 4
> Public Works' Offices will be CLOSED on Friday, July 3
> *Trash WILL BE PICKED UP July 3*
> Parking Meters will Not Be in Effect on July 4
> The Department of Public Works today issued a reminder to citizens
> that *Department of Public Works' offices will be closed on Friday,
> July 3, 2009*, in observance of Independence Day.
> However, trash in Baltimore City will be collected on Friday, July 3rd
> except for the Central Business District, Zone 1. In addition, there
> will be no Easy Pack collections at condominiums on Friday, July 3rd.
> Trash will *NOT* be collected on Independence Day, Saturday, July 4th.
> The Quarantine Road Landfill, the Northwest Transfer Station and the
> Eastern, Western and Northwestern Sanitation Yards will be OPEN on
> Friday, July 3rd and will be CLOSED Saturday, July 4th.
> Citizens, whose regular trash collection day is Saturday, July 4th are
> asked to place their trash out on their next regularly scheduled
> collection day, Wednesday, July 8.
> *_RECYCLING AND BULK COLLECTIONS
> _*There will be no bulk or recycling collections on Friday July 3rd.
> *_REMINDER: PARKING_*
> Parking meters will not be in effect on Independence Day, July 4,
> 2009. All posted regulations must be observed.
> *MONDAY, JULY 13, 2009, TRASH WILL NOT BE COLLECTED IN BALTIMORE CITY.
> ONCE PLUS ONE COLLECTIONS START TUESDAY, JULY 14, 2009. CITIZENS CAN
> CALL 311 OR VISIT BALTIMORECITY.GOV TO LEARN THEIR NEW DAYS OF
> Celeste Amato
> Telephone: 410-545-6541
> email: Celeste.Amato at baltimorecity.gov
> <mailto:Celeste.Amato at baltimorecity.gov>
> Adrienne Barnes
> Telephone: 410-361-9296
> email: Adrienne.Barnes at baltimorecity.gov
> <mailto:Adrienne.Barnes at baltimorecity.gov>
> ***PLEASE NOTE NEW E-MAIL ADDRESS** catalina.rodriguez at baltimorecity.gov*
> *Catalina Rodriguez*
> /Community Outreach Assistant /
> /Office of Council President Stephanie Rawlings-Blake/
> /100 N. Holliday Street, Room 400 /
> /Baltimore, Maryland 21202/
> /Phone: 443-984-3995/
> /Fax: 410-539-0647/
> /Catalina.Rodriguez at baltimorecity.gov/
> /Visit our website @ www.baltimorecitycouncil.com/
> /*Subscribe to the Rawlings-Blake Roll Call,*
> The City Council's weekly newsletter /
> P*/ Please consider the environment before printing this e-mail./*
> *From:* Murrow, Robert
> *Sent:* Monday, June 29, 2009 9:25 AM
> *To:* Murrow, Robert
> *Subject:* DPW INDEPENDENCE DAY OBSERVANCE
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