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Posted: 2013 Jul 19 - 06:57

Library system to close Aug. 1

All libraries in the Martin County Library System will be closed Thursday, Aug. 1 for staff development and training. Normal operating hours will resume Friday, Aug. 2.

The library website and all of its services - catalog, online databases, and Ask a Librarian - remain available during the closure. In addition, book drops will stay open, no materials will be due, and no fines will accrue.

For more information phone 772-221-1403 or visit the Martin County Library System website at www.library.martin.fl.us.

Treasure Coast Progressive Alliance to meet

Meredith Ockman, Florida vice president of NOW, will speak on women's issues. She will address the six main issues facing women.

This event is free and open to the public. They are social, networking and educational events.

The event will take place at 6:30 p.m., on July 30 at the American Legion Post #40, 810 S. US 1, Fort Pierce.

For more information, call (772) 349-5328 or visit tcprogressivealliance.com.

Solid Waste Division launches Facebook page for HazMobile

Until recently, Martin County residents had direct access to the Martin County Solid Waste Division's HazMobile on seven different days every month in various locations throughout the county. Now, residents can find the HazMobile on Facebook anytime.

The purpose of the Facebook page is to better inform the public about ways to properly dispose of hazardous waste and reach more residents who are interested in utilizing the HazMobile.

From light bulbs to paint, fertilizers to pool chemicals, the HazMobile Facebook page provides disposal reminders for these common household items that should not end up in your trash can for regular waste pickup, and also features possible DIY and reuse projects for some of these items.




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