Local Briefs: City recycling begins again Monday; GNC store to close


City recycling restarts

WILMINGTON — City of Wilmington residents can place their blue toters at the curb again beginning Monday, April 27.

Recycling, yard waste bags, and brush pick-up all resume Monday.

Bulk item pick-up poses a heightened exposure risk and remains suspended.

Please contact the Sanitation Department at 937-382-6474 if you have questions regarding these services.

JFS closed until Monday

WILMINGTON — Clinton County has a confirmed case of COVID-19 at its Job and Family Services offices on South South Street (U.S. 68) in Wilmington.

“With an abundance of caution, and to ensure the safety and health of our staff, the Board of Commissioners have closed the building for extra and ongoing sanitation and the building will reopen on Monday [April 27],” Clinton County Administrator Mary Ann Haines-Foland said Thursday afternoon, shortly after the action was taken.

Haines-Foland added, “With the cooperation of the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services, many [Clinton County JFS] employees have been working remotely for some time.”

Tire recycling postponed

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Tire Recycling Event originally scheduled for April 25 at the Clinton County Engineer’s Office has been postponed. They will look to reschedule the event once state and federal officials deem conditions are safe to resume regular operations.

For the most up-to-date information regarding programs, www.co.clinton.oh.us/recycling or check out our the Facebook page Clinton County Recycling & Litter Prevention.

GNC store closing

WILMINGTON — The GNC Live Well vitamin store in Wilmington is permanently closing its location, effective at the 8 p.m. close of business Thursday, April 23.

The store, which sells health- and sports-related vitamins, supplements and herbs, plus drinks and snacks, is located in Meadow Park Plaza on Rombach Avenue.

No other information was immediately available.