IMPERIAL — In a move to help residents here get rid of non-trash items such as old furniture or appliances, the City Council on Wednesday is expected to formally approve the expenditure of funds for a new curbside pickup program.
The meeting is set for 7 p.m. in the council chambers, 410 S. Imperial Ave.
City Manager Vince Long said as part of the program residents would have a chance to face non-trash items picked up at their curbs May 10 and 11.
The pickup would be done by Valley Environmental Services and city officials are estimating the cost to the city at $16,000.
Long said the council will formally approve the use of city money for the project during Wednesday's meeting. He said residents will incur no costs for the program.