2nd Annual Kidney Awareness Day
September 6, 2014
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New Recycling Bins Getting Filled
LaFondra Johnson, a code enforcement officer, unloads a bag of cans she and her coworkers have been collecting in anticipation of the arrival of the city’s first recycling bins. Located at the end of the dead-end street just southwest of Walmart, the green bins have areas for aluminum and steel cans, plastic bottles with the No. 1 on them, mixed paper and cardboard. Mayor Bill Luckett, Fire Chief Obert Douglas and the city’s new recycling manager, Marc Taylor, were all on hand Tuesday as soon as the bins arrived, and several people showed up with bags full of recyclable materials they had already gathered in anticipation of the new bins. Clarksdale Public Utilities will be sending out flyers with next month’s bills telling customers what kinds of items can be recycled.
Coahoma County Roads
The Coahoma County Road Department Manager would like to remind the citizens of Coahoma County that it is illegal to dig and or alter any county road drainage ditches without the approval of the Coahoma County Road Manager.
It is illegal to remove, cover or destroy a road culvert; this is considered destruction of county property. These decisions are at the sole discretion of the Coahoma County Road Manager.
Before any ditch work on or connecting to county right-of-way is to be done it must be approved by the Coahoma County Road Manager and/or the Board of Supervisors.
All violators will be charged to the full extent of the law and will be liable for any damages that accrue to the road bed and or road surface and all cost of repairs.
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