City Of Dalton To Resume Curbside Recycling On Monday

Thursday, April 23, 2020
The City of Dalton’s Public Works Department will resume curbside recycling pickup for Dalton residents on Monday. 

The service was suspended on a temporary basis last month as a precaution given the public health situation with the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Workers collecting and sorting recyclables at the curbside will be issued protective equipment. 

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Breaking News

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Opinion

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