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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-06-2006, 09:40 AM Thread Starter
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Neighborhood Spring Cleaning Day ??

There used to be one week a year that they would allow you to thow anything away, you just had to haul it out to the front of the building..

anyone know if they are still doing this and when it is ?

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Every town is different. you need to call the village and they can tell you. I know downers had 2 days a year, in plainfield its every week, we can throw anything we want out any time and they pick it up with no stickers




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When I used to live in Milwaukee, it occured during the last week of school, so all us college kids could throw it all away. They just put dumpsters on random streets, and you just had to haul your crap to there, put it in and drive away.
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