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ST. THOMAS/WATER ISLAND CLEANUP

A major cleanup of St. Thomas and Water Island will be conducted during the weekend days of Dec. 1 and 2, and Dec. 8 and 9, a campaign directed by Governor Charles W. Turnbull.
The campaign is designed to improve the appearance of the islands during the festive holiday season. Residents are being asked to take their bulk items such as household goods, refrigerators, washers and stoves to the major bin sites during the next two weekends. Residents receiving door-to-door garbage removal are asked to leave their bulk items at the curbside during the same period.

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A major cleanup of St. Thomas and Water Island will be conducted during the weekend days of Dec. 1 and 2, and Dec. 8 and 9, a campaign directed by Governor Charles W. Turnbull.
The campaign is designed to improve the appearance of the islands during the festive holiday season. Residents are being asked to take their bulk items such as household goods, refrigerators, washers and stoves to the major bin sites during the next two weekends. Residents receiving door-to-door garbage removal are asked to leave their bulk items at the curbside during the same period.