With the original day cancelled due to concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic the Board of Public Works worked with the company that provides the service to come up with an alternate date.
With a limited number of available Saturdays on the schedule the popular Day of Disposal finally landed on an autumn date that should be easy to remember.
Yes, Halloween will be this year’s collection date once again coming to the Newaygo County Road Commission Building.
“Like an early day reverse trunk or treat,” said NC Drain Commissioner Dale Twing.
The annual event draws hundreds of vehicles to the NCRC to rid our homes and our county of undesirable materials.
More details will be forthcoming as the day draws near.