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Falls City cleanup event successful

(KLZA)-- The Fall Community Cleanup event in Falls City sponsored by the City of Falls City was a success.

Nearly five tons of household items and debris were collected by Falls City Sanitation at no cost to citizens. The total was 4.79 tons.  Koelzer Salvage collected two tons of metal for scrap.

A dozen 200 pound carts of shredded papper was removed. The shredding was sponsored by F &M Bank  

Cross Electronics Recycling collected a truck full of items with cords including televisions and computer monitors.  That was sponsored by Frontier Bank.

The next Community Clean-up event is planned for the fourth weekend in April, 2022,  in conjunction with Earth Day and Arbor Day celebrations.  

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