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Labor Day
Labor Day Location: City Hall Closed Start Time: 08:00 amEnd Time: 05:00 pmCity Hall Closed
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Flag Football Program Begins
Flag Football Program BeginsLocation: Community Park Start Time: 06:00 pmEnd Time: 07:00 pm
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Youth Tennis Programs Begins
Youth Tennis Programs Begins Location: Marathon Community Park Start Time: 05:30 pmEnd Time: 07:00 pm
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HHW & E-Waste Collection
HHW & E-Waste Collection Location: Monroe County Public Works Yard 10500 Aviation Blvd. Marathon, FL 33050Start Time: 09:00 amEnd Time: 01:00 pmWhat is considered Household Hazardous Waste? Household hazardous wastes are products often found in your garage, sheds, storage areas, or under your kitchen sink. They are corrosive, flammable, reactive, or toxic. These chemicals can contaminate our drinking water as well as Monroe County’s sensitive ecosystem. It is incredibly important to dispose these chemicals properly. Household Hazardous Waste: •Home •Paints •Stains •Strippers •Wood preservatives •Roof tar & patching compounds •Adhesives •Putty and caulk •Auto/marine maintenance/care products •Fiberglass & epoxy resins •Solvents •Hydraulic fluids •Anti-freeze •Waste oil •Corrosives (muriatic acid, lye, etc.) •Pesticides, Fertilizers, and Weed Killers/Herbicides •Drain cleaners •Pool Cleaning products •Fluorescent/CFL light bulbs •Waste containing mercury such as some light bulbs and thermometers What is Electronic waste (E-Waste)? Some electronics contain poisonous chemicals that can be toxic to both humans and the environment. Recycling electronic waste properly prevents these chemicals from escaping into the environment. It also allows materials to be reused and re-engineered for new and innovative products. Electronic Waste (E-Waste): Examples of e-waste include, but are not limited to the following: •Computers •Printers •Televisions •Cellular phones •VCR tapes •Records •Floppy discs Special Note: Items containing refrigerants are not considered E-Waste, they are appliances. Batteries: Monroe County recycles all rechargeable batteries including: •Nickel-Cadmium (Ni-Cd) •Small Sealed Lead Acid (SSLA/Pb) •Nickel Metal Hydride (Ni-MH) •Nickel Zinc (Ni-Zn) •Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) •Cell phone batteries •Drill Batteries •Laptop batteries
Movie in the Park
Movie in the ParkLocation: Marathon Community ParkStart Time: 08:00 pm
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