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Free access: City of Mitchell halting junk pickup on Wednesdays MITCHELL — Wednesday junk pickup in Mitchell was halted Monday night when elected officials took measures to protect city workers and equipment. An ordinance was brought before the Mitchell City Council that proposed the implementation of fees for the collection of mattresses, beds, box springs, dressers, couches and other large household furniture and appliances. The problem, according to Mitchell Mayor JD England, is landlords and mortgage companies clean out entire homes, then leave the contents by the curb for street and sanitation crews to collect. "It's a lot of wear and tear on our equipment," England said. "For some of these, it would take seven to nine trips to the dump." "And it's a health threat for our employees," said Clerk-treasurer Mark Bryant. That's because most of the upholstered items are infested with roaches, fleas and bed bugs. The rule proposed a system in which residents would go to the clerk-treasurer's office to purchase stickers that would then be stuck on junk items to be collected. When street and sanitation crews saw the stickers, they would know the fee had been paid and the items could be picked up and taken to the Lawrence County Solid Waste refuse station. But Bryant wondered how long items would sit by the curb, causing an eyesore, if the stickers weren't purchased. Street Commissioner BJ Lindsey said, under the city's litter and junk rules, it would be five days.
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