From the decatur patch
The City of Decatur is starting its annual Neighborhood Cleanup Days on Saturday in a section of Oakhurst.
Public works crews will will collect yard trimmings, building materials (as long as they're not from private contractors), tires, appliances (unless they Freon) and trash that would not normally be placed in pay-as-you-throw bags.
Some things will not be collected: Liquids, dirt, bricks, blocks, stone, rocks, concrete and motor vehicle batteries or parts.
The city website says crews will visit these spots in Oakhurst on Saturday, April 7: Maxwell Street; Third Avenue (Eastlake to Northern); Oakview Road (East Lake Drive to Second Avenue, south side from Second Avenue to 1736 Oakview Road); Second Avenue (East Lake to Northern); Fourth Avenue; North Fourth Avenue; Fifth Avenue (Oakview to Northern); Gordon Street; Northern Avenue (north side only) and First Avenue.
The cleanup days will happen Saturdays through June 23.
Crews will visit other Oakhurst neighborhoods the following three weekends. Check the schedule on the Decatur city website to see when your neighborhood will be visited.
Through June 23, city crews will pick up yard trimmings, tires, appliances -- all kinds of stuff.