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Annual Spring Clean-Up
April 22, 2023 (West side of M37)
April 29, 2023 (East side of M37)
Annual Spring Clean-Up day is drawing near! As a service to residents, the Village of Middleville has arranged with Republic Services for a special pick-up day of household items, rolled carpet, furniture, and other large and bulky objects that have outlived their usefulness. The annual clean-up will be on two Saturdays. Residences will have ONE pick-up based on location west or east of M-37.
Residents living on the west side of M-37 can begin placing items on the edge of a Village street that adjoins their residence on April 15, 2023. THE PICK-UP DATE FOR THE WEST SIDE OF M-37 IS APRIL 22. All items must be placed at the curb by 9 pm the day before the pick-up as the private hauler will make one sweep beginning at 7 am.
Residents living on the east side of M-37 can begin placing items on the edge of a Village street that adjoins their residence on April 22, 2023. THE PICK-UP DATE FOR THE EAST SIDE OF M-37 IS APRIL 29. All items must be placed at the curb by 9 pm the day before the pick-up as the private hauler will make one sweep beginning at 7 am.
The private hauler will not pick up the following: petroleum-based products, toxic chemicals, paint, motor vehicle parts, building demolition or construction materials (including concrete), batteries, food wastes, animal wastes, and carcasses, and any other materials deemed to be hazardous (see below).
Refrigerators and other appliances will be picked up but must have all airtight doors completely detached for safety reasons.
The annual Spring Clean-Up days are a courtesy service provided for Village residents and property owners. This service is not extended to apartment complexes, condominiums, or mobile home parks. Any Village resident allowing Spring Clean-Up items from outside the Village will forfeit their pick-up. If unauthorized waste items are mixed in with authorized waste items, the result will be that no items will be collected from that residence.
If items are placed out at the curb after the waste hauler has made the scheduled one sweep of the Village, the resident will be responsible for disposing of those items and any expense related to that disposal.
Resources for Hazardous Waste and Building Material Disposal
Hazardous Waste may be taken to the Barry County Expo Center (Barry County Fairgrounds), 1350 N. M-37 Hwy, Hastings, MI 49058, on Saturday, June 3, 2023 and Saturday, September 23, 2023 between 9 am and 1 pm, sponsored by the Barry County Solid Waste Oversight Committee sponsors these events. See www.barrycountyrecyles.org for more information.
Waste Building Materials and other non-hazardous waste items may be taken by residents at their own expense to Waste Management’s Hastings Landfill (269) 945-2260 ext. 2, 1899 N. M-43 Highway, Hastings, MI 49058 between the hours of 8 am – 3:30 pm, Monday–Friday. Visit https://www.wmsolutions.com/locations/details/id/82 for more information. A minimum fee will be charged per Waste Management for a pick-up truck-sized load that is brought to their location. The South Kent County Landfill on 100th St. in Caledonia at (616) 877-4092 is another location for residents to take items. Call ahead for rates and hours of operation.
Position Open – Village Council Trustee
The members of the Middleville Village Council attend two regular monthly meetings on the second and fourth Tuesday of the month at 7:00 pm and one committee-of-the-whole meeting on the first Tuesday at 4:30 pm. Members review meeting packets from the Village Clerk prior to each meeting to consider and act on special events, ordinances, and infrastructure projects; set tax millage rates and approve the annual budget; and other business that comes before the Council. Members are also appointed to a committee or board to serve as a liaison between the Council and that committee/board.
The Commission operates under the Michigan General Law Village Act of 1895. A member of the Village Council should become familiar with these laws. Attendance at the Michigan Municipal League’s training and conferences is encouraged and paid for by the Village. The term of office will begin upon approval and swearing-in of the member and run until November 20, 2024. All Village Council members must reside within the Village limits.
For more information regarding the open Village Council seat, please contact the Village Manager Craig Stolsonburg at 269-795-3385 or email@example.com
The Application for Boards and Commissions is due by Tuesday, March 28, 2023, to:
Village of Middleville
Attn: Village Council
PO Box 69
100 E. Main Street
Middleville, MI 49333-0069
Application for Boards and Commissions (fillable)
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