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City Council Approves Solid Waste Collection Guidelines
City Council Approves Solid Waste Collection Guidelines

The Murfreesboro City Council voted Wednesday (7/10/2019) to approve design guidelines on qualifying for Solid Waste collection.

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Driving a Solid Waste Department Truck in Rutherford County
Driving a Solid Waste Department Truck in Rutherford County

WGNS' Scott Walker Spoke to Rutherford County Solid Waste truck driver Stan Gibbs on Thursday about his love for the community and what he likes about working for the county...

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Drive a BIG Truck for a Living in Rutherford County - Hiring Opportunity
Drive a BIG Truck for a Living in Rutherford County - Hiring Opportunity

Local resident Kenny Manley drives a truck for a living, but he is home by at least 3:00 each day. In other words, he drives a truck in Rutherford County.

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M'boro Solid Waste on the Move with Yard Waste
M'boro Solid Waste on the Move with Yard Waste

The Murfreesboro Solid Waste Department is on the move this week. They'll be in the areas of Manchester Highway, Mercury and Rutherford Boulevards and Main Street picking up yard waste this week.

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Solid Waste removing yard waste in Zone 2 beginning Today
Solid Waste removing yard waste in Zone 2 beginning Today

The City Solid Waste Department advises residents in Zone 2 in the eastern portion of Murfreesboro from Hwy 70 to Hwy 268 that Knuckle boom trucks will be working in the area beginning today (Monday).

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Solid Waste removing yard waste in Zone 4 beginning Monday
Solid Waste removing yard waste in Zone 4 beginning Monday

The City Solid Waste Department advises residents in Zone 4 along Thompson Lane that Knuckle boom trucks will be working in the area beginning Monday, (Aug. 17).

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Big changes for recycling in Rutherford County, starting Friday
Big changes for recycling in Rutherford County, starting Friday

Vehicles will be monitored to document how often they enter the center. This is in an attempt to prevent businesses from abusing the service. 

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