Seneca halts one pickup service

July 1, 2013

The start of a new government year today for Seneca means a halt in one of the services by the city’s Public Works Department. Mark Krabbe, public works director, says a cost factor is behind the decision to stop curbside recyclable residential pick-ups. “All of our other residential services will stay the same,” Krabbe said. Customers may hold onto their recyclable bins. “We’ve created a drop-off center at our location at 298 E. S. 1st Street in Seneca. If they’d like to drop them off there, from 7 to 7:30 we’ll be open and accept those items there,” he said.


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