Buffalo City Building Inspector Toby Rhoades, during his report to the city council at their last meeting, said that the city and county, along with the county landfill had set the City/County Cleanup for June 18, 19, 20 and 21.
City residents will need to bring their current water bill and a license plate number and description of the vehicle they will use during the cleanup to City Hall to receive a free voucher.
County residents must go to the courthouse with the same information for their vouchers.
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 with the vehicle for each trip to the landfill.
The city and county will be paying for the landfill fees during the four-day cleanup.
Rhoades said the county (Solid Waste District) will be discounting 10% of the fees charged during the cleanup days.
Both the city and county are requesting residents to recycle as much as possible during the cleanup, and lists of what recyclable materials taken at the recycling center will be attached to each voucher as a reminder, he said.
That led to he and the council discussing the upcoming Hazardous Waste Collection Day.
Rhoades closed by reporting that sales of roofing permits, fencing permits and lawn watering permits have picked up “so it must be spring,” he said.