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PAGE 20 THE ANCHOR, MONDAY, JUNE 27, 2016

Grass clippings being

dumped in trails

Clippings can be dropped off free at

Recycle Depot or Edson Landfill


















The Town of Edson would like to remind residents
that grass clippings can be dropped off at the Edson
and District Recycle Depot or at the Edson Landfill
at no charge.
Recently, the Town has been getting complaints of
grass clippings being dumped in and around the trail
system behind area homes. For the health and
welfare of the community, and to reduce costs of
trail cleanup, the Town of Edson is asking residents
to make use of the free service at the Recycle Depot
and Landfill, and to keep our trails clear of debris.
Be a good neighbor and help improve our
greenspaces.
The Town of Edson will continue to monitor the
trails to ensure proper removal of grass clippings is
taking place. Illegal dumping is covered under the Staff from SCOPE Jessica Lowey, Catherine forbes, Nikki Salcedok, Jaime Smith, and Mier Burnot had
Nuisance Bylaw, but the Town is seeking voluntary a few individuals out to Willmore Park enjoying a picnic on June 19. photo Deanna Mitcher
compliance at this time.



















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getting out of the house to play, so coming to the park is always a good thing.” photo Deanna Mitchener


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Reflections visited the Community Gardens on June 14. Getting ready to serve guests is Dallas
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