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Time to get rid of that tree


Managing Editor


It served you well through these past few holiday weeks, but now it’s time to remove that growing fire hazard – also known as the Christmas tree – from your house.

Fortunately, Waste Management is making it easy for you.
Subscribers of normal service will receive free pickup of trees on normal service days between Jan. 6-17. There will be a charge for non yard-waste customers.

The trees must be unflocked, have the decorations removed and cut into 4-foot lengths and widths or less, then placed in the yard waste bin or next to it.

Also, trees cut into 4-foor lengths/widths can be taken to the University Road Transfer Station, 2405 N. University Road, for a fee. Hours are 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sundays.

Also, members of Spokane Valley Boy Scout Troop 400 will be on hand at Central Valley and University high schools Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. collecting whole trees for $5 each.
The Scouts will also pick your tree up for $10 on those days for those living in the Valley area. A request form can be found at troop400.net/trees.

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TheSpokane Valley News Herald is the City of Spokane Valley, Washington's official Newspaper. The City Council of the City of Spokane Valley, Washington named the Spokane Valley News Herald as the city's "official" newspaper. The designation means the Spokane Valley News Herald will publish the city's legal notices on a contract basis for one year.

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