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Friday April 29th, 2016 9:49PM

Hall County scheduling appliance pick-ups

By Staff
GAINESVILLE - Hall County officials are taking registration for the annual Appliance Pick-up Week.

Crews are scheduling curbside pick-up for stoves/ranges, refrigerators/freezers, washers/dryers, water heaters and dish washers. Workers will take three items per household.

The deadline to register is March first.





To register, call anytime Monday through Friday between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.

Unincorporated Hall County residents: (770) 536-7225

Gainesville city limits residents: (770) 532-0493

Oakwood city limits residents: (770) 534-2365

Flowery Branch city limits residents: (770) 967-6371
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