If you see a weekly newspaper editor in a Scout leader uniform carrying a garbage bag and cleaning up the alley between Fourth Street and Main Street, that would be me.
The annual Kuna Clean-Up Project is taking place today, Saturday, April 23, throughout the city of Kuna.
There will be free curbside trash removal provided by J&M Sanitation for businesses and residents (placed at curbside by 8 a.m. on April 23) within the boundaries of Hubbard Road, King Road, and Ten Mile Road and Meridian Road.
No tree limbs, brush or large wood items will be taken on Clean-Up Day this year. These items can be placed on the curb for weekly regular pick-up throughout the year. Please make sure they are bundled and no longer than 4 feet.
Televisions and computer monitors will be accepted.
Dead washers, dryers, and refrigerators (refrigerators with compressors will cost $10), as well as hazardous wastes may be dropped off in the parking lot behind Kuna City Park on Saturday, April 23, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tires may also be dropped off behind the park for a charge.
In conjunction with Kuna’s Annual Clean-Up Project a drop-off site for hazardous and non-hazardous waste will provide an environmentally sound method for Kuna area residents to dispose of the following items:
Used Oil Filters
Used Motor Oil – Accepted only in containers, 5 gallon size or smaller.
Car and Household Batteries
Cleaners (acid & lye)
Latex Paint – Accepted only in containers, 5 gallon size or smaller.
Oil Base Paint – Limited to quantities of 5 gallons or less per household.
Pesticides, Herbicides, and Fertilizers
Residential refrigerators and air conditioners with compressor
(2 per household: $10 each unit – No Dealers or Commercial Units)
Tires – can be disposed of for a charge
Passenger/Motorcycle/ATV Tires: $2.00 each off rim /$4.25 on rim
Light Truck Tires: $2.50 off rim /$4.25 on rim
Large Truck Tires: $8.00 off rim /$16.00 on rim
Farm Tires: Negotiated
Larger or Odd Tires: By bid or negotiated