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WAMM Civic Association Meetings will be held quarterly at at Bering United Methodist Church at Harold and Mandell. WAMM still has open slots for the Board if you want to be involved. As a reminder, annual membership dues are payable by January 1. You can now pay online, mail them to the WAMM post office box, bring a check to the meeting, or give a check to a WAMM board member.

Constable Patrol: Sign up for Safety: Cost per year is $550, payable in two increments. If enough people sign up, that total will be reduced. You can pay by check or online. The goal is for Constable Patrol to start March 1, but we need your support to fully fund it. Sign up NOW. Businesses who wish to support the Constable Patrol through Sponsorship can click here to learn about opportunties and benefits.

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Recycling Schedule: Get the COH recycling app, Rollout!, for your smartphone. Or, log into the web site for your service day information here.

The schedule for Heavy Trash Service is the 1st Wednesday of the month, alternating with junk or green waste. Heavy waste is not to be left on the curbs all month. It is put out right before pick-up day.

Good Neighbor Reminder: For those of you new to the neighborhood or unaware of the requirements in the city municipal code, all pets must be licensed (sec. 6-86), leased (sec. 6-2, 6-3), and have their waste collected and properly disposed of (sec. 6-24). It's the law, but also considerate and helpful in keeping WAMM clean and comfortable for all to enjoy.

Also, new residents and tenants may be unaware it is illegal to block sidewalks with cars. Violators of the city ordinance can be ticketed. Please be considerate of pedestrians and the disabled.

Lane Llewellyn
WAMM Civic Association

WAMM is part of the Neartown Superneighborhood. For additional information about the neighborhood and up-to-date information on issues critical to the neighborhood, visit the Neartown web site.

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