Photos: City of Durango begins spring cleaning

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Photos: City of Durango begins spring cleaning

Troy Neil, front, and Kenny Gallegos, both with the city of Durango, pick up discarded items Tuesday in the Skyridge subdivision, as the city begins its annual spring cleanup. Crews will pick up furniture, large appliances, scrap metal, drywall, fencing, carpeting, tiles and open, dried paint cans. The city will also collect branches less than 8 feet in length and less than 8 inches in diameter, bagged or boxed loose brush and leaves. Piles of yard waste and scrap metal should be separate. For more information and a full pickup schedule, visit www.DurangoGov.org/cleanup or call 375-4903.
Kenny Gallegos, near left, and Troy Neil, both with the city of Durango, pick up discarded items Tuesday in the Skyridge subdivision, as the city begins the annual spring cleanup.

Photos: City of Durango begins spring cleaning

Troy Neil, front, and Kenny Gallegos, both with the city of Durango, pick up discarded items Tuesday in the Skyridge subdivision, as the city begins its annual spring cleanup. Crews will pick up furniture, large appliances, scrap metal, drywall, fencing, carpeting, tiles and open, dried paint cans. The city will also collect branches less than 8 feet in length and less than 8 inches in diameter, bagged or boxed loose brush and leaves. Piles of yard waste and scrap metal should be separate. For more information and a full pickup schedule, visit www.DurangoGov.org/cleanup or call 375-4903.
Kenny Gallegos, near left, and Troy Neil, both with the city of Durango, pick up discarded items Tuesday in the Skyridge subdivision, as the city begins the annual spring cleanup.
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