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  • Lexington Christmas tree recycling continues

    The city's holiday tree recycling program is winding down but there is still time for residents with city collection to recycle their trees. Residents can dispose of their tree by setting it at the curb on their regular collection day on or before January 27. The trees are being ground into mulch.

The city's holiday tree recycling program is winding down but there is still time for residents with city collection to recycle their trees. Residents can dispose of their tree by setting it at the curb on their regular collection day on or before January 27. The trees are being ground into mulch. cbertram@herald-leader.com
The city's holiday tree recycling program is winding down but there is still time for residents with city collection to recycle their trees. Residents can dispose of their tree by setting it at the curb on their regular collection day on or before January 27. The trees are being ground into mulch. cbertram@herald-leader.com

You haven’t missed the chance to recycle Christmas trees

January 18, 2017 4:26 PM