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All of Grady County’s unmanned dumpster sites are now closed, but that is not stopping people from continuing to deposit garbage and debris at those former dumpster locations around the county.
With the opening of the new manned site on Bunn Lane, west of Whigham last week, all of the unmanned sites in the western part of the county have been shuttered.
Grady County administrator J.C. (Buddy) Johnson III, told county commissioners Tuesday morning that he has asked the Grady County Sheriff’s Office to patrol the sites and enforce antilittering ordinances.
Johnson said residents should immediately cease leaving trash at any of the old unmanned sites where dumpsters have been removed.
“We also continue to remind residents that curbside pick-up is offered here if they want to pay for it,” Johnson said.
The administrator also reminds local residents that the county has containers at the five manned dumpster sites to accept white and brown goods.