Mayor Greg Fischer made the announcement on Monday.
LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Technology
will help remind residents to unload their junk with a simple text or email
Monday Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer announced a system
to alert people who live in the urban services district to set out bulk waste
or junk at the curb.
The goal is to make neighborhoods
cleaner and safer while cutting down on the number of calls to 311 about the
"There's going to be an
additional junk pickup this year. That's thanks to Metro Council's earmark of
$400,000 increase to the budget. So we'll be going from two to three pickups,
so that's good since this is a popular thing for us to be doing," Fischer said.
Bulk waste includes items like tires,
appliances and tree stumps. If you want to sign up for the
reminder service or to learn more about junk pick up days, click
Tuesday, April 20 2010 11:21 PM EDT2010-04-21 03:21:00 GMT
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