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Board Minutes from Feb 10, 2021

1. Called to Order at 7:00 p.m. by President Skytte; Attendance: present:, Adelsman, Ballanger, Christenson, Claypool, Fear,  Finazzo-Doll, Hauwiller,  Heaser, Henderson, Jansen, Mangine, Mayfield, Morse, & Skytte excused: Gehrman, Odland, Prawdiuk & Stewart. 2.   Approval of Agenda – MSP 3.   Approval of Minutes-MSP 4. Financial Report-will send out when bookkeeper supplies.  2021 Contract has been …

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Board Meeting Minutes from Jan 21, 2021

1. Called to Order at 7:00 p.m. by President Skytte; Attendance: present:, Ballanger,  Claypool, Finazzo-Doll, Fear, Gehrman, Heaser, Henderson, Jansen, Mangine, Mayfield, Morse, Anderson Moser. Munson, Odland, Prawdiuk, &  Skytte excused: Adelsman, Christensen & Hauwiller. 2. Approval of Agenda – MSP 3. Approval of November Minutes-MSP 3.  Financial Report -January 1, 2021-MSP. 4.   Open Board …

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Recycle Smart. Keep fancy gift wrap, tissue paper, and decorations out of your recycling cart.

Wrapping paper with glitter or foil, as well as tissue paper, ribbons and bows are not recyclable. Choose low-waste gift wrap like reusable fabric bags, reusable paper bags, old maps, or newspaper. If purchasing wrapping paper, be sure to choose paper that is recyclable and made from recycled paper. Recycle Smart and keep glitter, foil, …

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Recycle Smart. Keep holiday lights and electrical cords out of your recycling cart.

Keep “tanglers” like cords, hoses, and string lights out of your recycling cart. Like plastic bags, these items get wrapped around equipment at recycling facilities and workers spend hours every day removing these items from the machinery. You can recycle cords and string lights at one of the City’s drop-off locations other Holiday Light Recycling …

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Recycle Smart. Keep large plastic items out of your recycling cart.

Plastic lawn furniture, laundry baskets, storage bins, plastic toys, and other large plastic items can’t be recycled in your recycling cart. Recycling facilities are not designed to handle larger plastic items. They are difficult to sort at recycling facilities and there are no good markets to recycle them. Recycle Smart and do your part by …

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Recycle Smart. Keep bagged recycling out of your cart.

Make sure your recyclables are placed loose in your recycling cart. Recyclables in plastic bags don’t get properly sorted at the recycling facility and often end up in the garbage. Using paper bags to collect containers (plastic, glass and metal) is also discouraged. Recyclables in paper bags can get smashed together inside the bag and …

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Recycle Smart. Keep toys out of your recycling cart.

Kids toys, large or small, are not designed to be sorted at recycling facilities. They often contain more than one material (plastic, metal, textiles, or batteries) making it difficult, or impossible, to recycle. For unwanted but usable toys, offer them to your friends, family, and neighbors; hold a garage sale, or Recycle Smart and do …

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