Clarksville gets clean-up funds from SWD


Clinton County Solid Waste District Coordinator Jeff Walls presented the Clarksville Village Council with a 2020 Community Grant in the amount of $765 on Monday evening. The funds will be used by village officials to host both a spring and fall cleanup event for local residents. These events will provide townspeople an opportunity to dispose of materials generally not accepted through weekly refuse collection services.

Clinton County Solid Waste District Coordinator Jeff Walls presented the Clarksville Village Council with a 2020 Community Grant in the amount of $765 on Monday evening. The funds will be used by village officials to host both a spring and fall cleanup event for local residents. These events will provide townspeople an opportunity to dispose of materials generally not accepted through weekly refuse collection services.


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Clinton County Solid Waste District Coordinator Jeff Walls presented the Clarksville Village Council with a 2020 Community Grant in the amount of $765 on Monday evening. The funds will be used by village officials to host both a spring and fall cleanup event for local residents. These events will provide townspeople an opportunity to dispose of materials generally not accepted through weekly refuse collection services.

Clinton County Solid Waste District Coordinator Jeff Walls presented the Clarksville Village Council with a 2020 Community Grant in the amount of $765 on Monday evening. The funds will be used by village officials to host both a spring and fall cleanup event for local residents. These events will provide townspeople an opportunity to dispose of materials generally not accepted through weekly refuse collection services.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2020/01/web1_photo-Check-Pres.-2020-CG-Clarksville-Copy-1.jpgClinton County Solid Waste District Coordinator Jeff Walls presented the Clarksville Village Council with a 2020 Community Grant in the amount of $765 on Monday evening. The funds will be used by village officials to host both a spring and fall cleanup event for local residents. These events will provide townspeople an opportunity to dispose of materials generally not accepted through weekly refuse collection services. Courtesy photo