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Recycled materials collected in April

Thanks to environmentally conscious Frankfort residents and business owners, a total of 91,756 pounds of various recycled materials were collected in April and kept out of the landfill: loose and baled plastics: 17,520 pounds corrugated cardboard: 5,556 pounds newsprint: 9,156 pounds aluminum and steel cans: 1,824 pounds loose single stream items (recyclable materials found in […]

No Frankfort trash collection Tuesday, May 8

Frankfort, IN – In accordance with Frankfort’s established policy of not collecting trash on City holidays, trash will not be picked up on Tuesday, May 8, Primary Election Day. According to Parks and Streets Superintendent George Belmore, not having Street Department crews in on City holidays saves taxpayers money in employee wages and fuel consumption. […]

No Frankfort trash collection Friday, April 6

Frankfort, IN – In accordance with Frankfort’s recently established policy of not collecting trash on City holidays, trash will not be picked up on Friday, April 6, Good Friday. According to Parks and Streets Superintendent George Belmore, not having Street Department crews in on City holidays saves taxpayers money in employee wages and fuel consumption. […]

No Frankfort trash collection on Monday, February 20

Frankfort, IN – In keeping with Frankfort’s new policy of not collecting trash on City holidays, trash will not be picked up on Monday, February 20, Presidents’ Day. According to Parks and Streets Superintendent George Belmore, not having Street Department crews in on City holidays saves taxpayers money in employee wages and fuel consumption. “Given […]

Frankfort trash – No collection on city holidays

Frankfort, IN – In order to save Frankfort taxpayers money and to avoid confusion, trash will not be collected on City holidays. According to Parks and Streets Superintendent George Belmore, the City used to have “floating holidays” that caused some confusion for residents. “Sometimes trash was collected on a holiday and sometimes it was not. […]