Buffalo City Building Inspector Toby Rhoades reported to the city council at their last meeting, that there had been some confusion over the City/County Cleanup, scheduled for June 18 through the 21st.
He said city residents will need to pick up a voucher at City Hall and county residents will need to pick up a voucher at the courthouse.
City residents will need to bring a current city utility bill and the description of the vehicle they will be using during the cleanup.
County residents will need to check with the courthouse.
Most items will be free to take to the landfill, but there will be extra charges for some items, and charges if some long-standing rules aren't followed.
He explains further.
The vouchers are good for as many free trips to the landfill that the holder wishes to make during the four-day cleanup, but the voucher must be presented for each trip to the landfill, or the person will be charged for that load.
The city will be paying the landfill fees for city residents and the county will do the same for county residents during the four-day cleanup.
Vouchers will be available to pick up at City Hall or at the courthouse beginning Monday, June 16th.
Both city and county residents are encouraged to recycle as much as possible during the cleanup.
For more information on the cleanup contact Toby Rhoades at 684-5566, extension 6.