Winter is just around the corner and our guys are getting the equipment ready for snow!

The flags have been put up to remember and honor our veterans. Don’t forget to thank a veteran. So many of them have given more than the rest of us can comprehend. Our office will be closed in Observance.

The Holidays are fast approaching. The Christmas Festival is Sat. November 26th . The Cookie Walk and the Vendor Fair will be held at Memorial Hall. Its a great time to get some early Christmas shopping done from your favorite local Vendors. Shopping locally is always a positive way to keep our community vibrant. There will be a lighting ceremony on the courthouse lawn followed by the Lighted Christmas Parade. Santa will be at Memorial Hall and Horse and Carriage Rides will follow the parade. There will also be a Soup Supper following the parade. The Carriage Rides and Soup Supper are a free will donation. Make sure to get out and enjoy the festivities.

Thanksgiving Garbage and Recycling :

There will be no residential containers delivered the week of November 21st -25th. Containers scheduled for discharge on November 25th will be discharged on November 28th. Recycling  pickup will be Monday, November 21st. Garbage pickup will be Wednesday, November 23rd as normal.

Garbage and Recycling for Christmas and New Years:

Garbage pickup will be Wednesday December 21st as normal. Recycling pickup will be Thursday December 22nd as normal. There will be no residential containers delivered the weeks of December 19th -December 23rd  or December 23rd -December 30th. Commercial containers scheduled for discharge on December 30th will be discharged as normal.

The Compost site will close on December 19th. It will open  on January 7th and 8th to accept Christmas trees and wreaths. It will reopen March 1 2017.

The City Clerks office will be closed Friday November 11th in observation  of Veterans Day and November 24th and 25th in observation of the Thanksgiving Holiday. We will be closed December 23rd and December 26th in Observation of the Christmas Holiday and January 2nd in observation of New Years day.


Douglas L. Glandon