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Cardboard recycling event results: a message from RECYCLEMAN

Last Friday’s cardboard recycling drive at the Clinton County Boys & Girls Club, totaled 4,360 pounds of cardboard collected and recycled, resulting in more than two tons of material that did not end up in the Clinton County landfill. Trees were saved and the Boys & Girls Club earned $174.40! Special thanks to Winski Brothers […]

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City officials preparing for July 4 celebration

Kyger Street to be closed to traffic Friday evening for pedestrian safety Frankfort, IN – In preparation for Friday’s July 4 celebration in TPA Park, Kyger Street from Prairie Street to the east end of the bridge will be closed to traffic Friday evening from 7:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. for pedestrians’ safety. Frankfort Fire, […]

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Trash to be collected on July 4

Frankfort, IN – Although the Fourth of July is a City holiday, Frankfort Street Department crews will collect trash this Friday, the normally scheduled collection day for residents living in the northeast section of the City. Trash may be picked up earlier than what it normally might be for some households, so to ensure trash […]

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Cardboard recycling drive June 27

Residents interested in recycling their cardboard items (in addition to placing them curbside each Wednesday), can bring them to the dumpster that will be at the Clinton County Boys & Girls Club at 1100 West Green Street from 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. on Friday, June 27. The Oscar Winski Company is donating the use […]

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Neighbors Helping Neighbors warning: watch out for fraudulent companies

With warmer weather here, Building Inspector Sam Payne and Street Superintendent George Belmore encourage Frankfort residents to watch out for fraudulent companies trying to make money off of unsuspecting homeowners. Often, this time of year brings out less-than-honest individuals claiming to be contractors who may tell older homeowners they need a new roof or other […]

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Residents reminded of 30-day notice for street closure requests

Residents wanting to request street closures and barricades for upcoming events are reminded the City’s online Street Closure Request form must be submitted no later than one month prior to the requested closure date. Simply complete the form and click on the submit button and the form will be sent to Street Superintendent George Belmore. […]

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First annual Ping-Pongapalooza June 14

As a fundraiser for the Clinton County Boys & Girls Club, City and County employees will participate in the first annual Ping-Pongapalooza on Saturday, June 14 from 9:00 a.m. – noon at the Club at 1100 West Green Street. One to four employees from each City and County government department can enter, with gold, silver […]

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Trash to be collected on Memorial Day holiday

Frankfort, IN – Although Monday, May 26, Memorial Day, is a City holiday, Frankfort Street Department crews will collect trash that day, the normally scheduled collection day for residents living in the southwest section of the City Trash may be picked up earlier than what it normally might be for some households, so to ensure […]

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Trash will be collected next Tuesday on City holiday

Frankfort, IN –Although Tuesday, May 6, Primary Election Day is a City holiday, Frankfort Street Department crews will collect trash that day, the normally scheduled collection day for residents living in the northwest section of the City. Trash may be picked up earlier than what it normally might be for some households, so to ensure […]

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Third annual Operation Spring Clean Up May 5-9

Volunteers and donations needed Frankfort, IN – Volunteers and monetary donations are needed for Frankfort’s 2014 Operation Spring Clean Up set for May 5 – 9 with clean up activities planned each evening that week from 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. in the City’s six parks, and downtown. Individuals, families, schools, businesses, churches and service organizations […]

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