Northwest

October 01, 1992

Cost leads Union Bridge council to cancel its fall cleanup 0) day

Union Bridge town officials have decided not to hold their fall cleanup day, on which residents could have their trash hauled away at the city's expense.

In past years, a trash receptacle was placed in the town parking lot so residents could have their refuse hauled to the landfill.

Mayor Perry L. Jones Jr. said the city spent nearly $1,000 for hauling on the spring cleanup day.

The council voted to save the money and to encourage town residents to take advantage of the two "free days" at the county landfills on Oct. 24 and 31.

Electives offered for last school period

New Windsor Middle School students are being offered a selection of electives for the last period of the day. The elective period will run for ten consecutive weeks.

Students will be able to choose from a variety of activities such as public speaking, wildlife appreciation club, intramurals, science fiction book club and math puzzles to participate in.

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