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Wednesday, 08 March 2017 08:10

Bill's Newscast: Trash Cleanup & Road Construction

It’s obviously a work week!

Plan extra time for travel

Allow extra time if you’ll be traveling on Highway 89A and I-17. ADOT crews will be applying asphalt to repair roadway conditions following an active winter storm season. Highway 89A will be reduced to 1 lane near Grasshopper Point to the Pine Flats Campground from 8 am to 2 pm today through Friday. Flaggers will be on scene to direct traffic through the work zone. Meanwhile, paving work is taking place on I-17 between New River and Coldwater Roads. From 6:30 tonight to 6 tomorrow morning, the north and southbound I-17 off ramps at Rock Springs Road will be closed, so drivers will need to use Coldwater Road as an alternate route. This work is part of a nearly 11 million dollar project that includes the removal of a layer of the existing pavement and application of new asphalt. This project is scheduled to be finished by this summer.

Trash cleanup in Black Canyon City

Yavapai County residents can get rid of their unwanted items free of charge in Black Canyon City this week. The County Public Works Department is hosting a Community Cleanup at the Black Canyon City Transfer Station, located on Landfill Road. The Cleanup is taking place today, Friday and Saturday from 8 am to 4 pm. Items that will be accepted include household appliances, bagged trash, car batteries, unmounted tires, furniture and yard trimmings. Items that won’t be accepted include loose trash, liquids, hazardous materials, vehicles and dead animals. This program is for residential use only and commercial loads won’t be accepted. The cleanup is open to all Yavapai County residents, regardless of whether they live in Black Canyon City or not.

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