September 15th, 2018 from 9 am – 12 noon located in the Busch’s Parking Lot.
RESTRICTIONS: No bound books, cardboard or newspaper. If you have books that contain documents that you want shredded, please remove the pages from the binding and we can then shred those documents for you. Thank you.
If you take advantage of the Recycling Program here at the Ash Township Hall then this notice is important to you. As you may know this free to-the-taxpayer service is very popular, but the program may be in jeopardy and we are asking you, the user, to help. We ask that ALL MATERIALS BE FLATTENED, prior to depositing (except glass). The Township has a cost of $300+ for each time the dumpster needs to be emptied. When materials (cans, plastic bottles, boxes, etc.) are not flattened we end up trucking off a lot of air. We need to use every inch of the dumpster every time. If we can’t limit the number of times the dumpster needs emptied then the program will surely run out of funding much too early in the budget year.
Please click the link below for all Monroe County Recycling programs.
FALL DUMP DAY
Where: Homrich Incorporated, 200 Matlin Road (Off Grafton Road)
When: Saturday, October 20, 2018
Time: 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
For additional information, such as what is accepted and not accepted, please see the below flyer.
Ash Township Hall
1677 Ready Road
Carleton, MI 48117
8:00 am – 4:30 pm
Township Hall phone number:
Township Hall Fax number:
The MDEQ and MDHHS are issuing a warning to not each fish out of the Huron River. The background to this is that all the testing upstream (Oakland, Washtenaw and Livingston) has indicated elevated amounts of PFAS, so the assumption is that the fish near the mouth at Lake Erie will also be elevated. Please see the below flyer.
Vehicles For Veterans
Vehicles For Veterans is a vehicle donation and recycling program. The proceeds from these car donations go to support disabled veterans and other causes for our nation’s veterans. Vehicles for Veterans is free resource for the people in Michigan. For more information please see the link below.
The Monroe County Medical Reserve Corps
The Monroe County Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) is a group of medical and non medical volunteers that support public health. We are working on a community project to share Potassium Iodide (KI) information with people living or working within the 10 Mile EPZ of Fermi.
We are encouraging them to pick it up for free at their local Meijer or Kroger Pharmacy.