Sabina spring cleaning slated


Sabina residents will have the opportunity this spring to dispose of unwanted household materials not typically accepted through their weekly garbage service. Thanks to a 2019 Community Grant awarded by the Clinton County Solid Waste Management District, the village will host two cleanup events – on April 20 and again on April 27 – from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. behind the village water tower. For more information, please contact the Sabina Administration Offices at 937-584-2123. Shown from left are Solid Waste District Coordinator Jeff Walls, Sabina Mayor Dean Hawk, Sabina Administrator Rob Dean and Clinton County Commissioners President Brenda Woods.

Sabina residents will have the opportunity this spring to dispose of unwanted household materials not typically accepted through their weekly garbage service. Thanks to a 2019 Community Grant awarded by the Clinton County Solid Waste Management District, the village will host two cleanup events – on April 20 and again on April 27 – from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. behind the village water tower. For more information, please contact the Sabina Administration Offices at 937-584-2123. Shown from left are Solid Waste District Coordinator Jeff Walls, Sabina Mayor Dean Hawk, Sabina Administrator Rob Dean and Clinton County Commissioners President Brenda Woods.


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Sabina residents will have the opportunity this spring to dispose of unwanted household materials not typically accepted through their weekly garbage service. Thanks to a 2019 Community Grant awarded by the Clinton County Solid Waste Management District, the village will host two cleanup events – on April 20 and again on April 27 – from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. behind the village water tower. For more information, please contact the Sabina Administration Offices at 937-584-2123. Shown from left are Solid Waste District Coordinator Jeff Walls, Sabina Mayor Dean Hawk, Sabina Administrator Rob Dean and Clinton County Commissioners President Brenda Woods.

Sabina residents will have the opportunity this spring to dispose of unwanted household materials not typically accepted through their weekly garbage service. Thanks to a 2019 Community Grant awarded by the Clinton County Solid Waste Management District, the village will host two cleanup events – on April 20 and again on April 27 – from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. behind the village water tower. For more information, please contact the Sabina Administration Offices at 937-584-2123. Shown from left are Solid Waste District Coordinator Jeff Walls, Sabina Mayor Dean Hawk, Sabina Administrator Rob Dean and Clinton County Commissioners President Brenda Woods.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/03/web1_photo-2019-CG-Sabina.jpgSabina residents will have the opportunity this spring to dispose of unwanted household materials not typically accepted through their weekly garbage service. Thanks to a 2019 Community Grant awarded by the Clinton County Solid Waste Management District, the village will host two cleanup events – on April 20 and again on April 27 – from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. behind the village water tower. For more information, please contact the Sabina Administration Offices at 937-584-2123. Shown from left are Solid Waste District Coordinator Jeff Walls, Sabina Mayor Dean Hawk, Sabina Administrator Rob Dean and Clinton County Commissioners President Brenda Woods. Courtesy photo