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Local State of Emergency – Hurricane Ian – Resolution #2022-09-26

The Madison County, Florida Board of County Commissioners offers the following real property for auction: ADDRESS: 7983 N SR 53 MADISON, FL 32340 ; PARCEL:16-2N-09-5251-002-000 ; ACREAGE 0.47

BRIEF TAX DESCRIPTION -PART OF N2 OF NW4 RECD ORB 45 PG 730 LESS .04 AC OR 447 PG 142 (Note: Not to be used on legal documents.)

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AMNESTY DAY 2022

The Solid Waste and Recycling Department will be hosting Amnesty Day for the citizens of Madison County on May 25, 2022 from 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m., at the Solid Waste and Recycling Center located at 2040 NE Rocky Ford Road. Amnesty Day is an opportunity for citizens to discard their hazardous household waste items at no cost. Because Madison County is required to pay for the disposal of its waste tires at a cost of $195.00 per ton, citizens should come prepared to pay for the disposal of their tires. This event is only hosted for citizens to dispose of such items and is not available for businesses. As per guidelines from the Department of Environmental Protection, businesses are required to have a hazardous waste disposal plan with other certified agencies to dispose of their waste. To ensure that the disposal of such items are consistent with the guidelines from EPA, and authorized in-county citizen usage, disposal of waste items will be careful documented. Citizens are urged to be attentive to the following safety tips to avoid injury as well as referring to the table of information outlining a description of hazardous household waste items and associated cost.

SAFETY TIPS

  • Do not transport any liquids in an open container; containers must be closed.
  • Take the time to segregate like items before transporting.
  • Make the best effort to cushion glass containers to help prevent breakage.
  • If a liquid solution is not labeled, do not attempt to identify it by smelling.
  • If necessary, make the best effort to wear gloves and mask to prevent injury.
  • Avoid combining liquids that may be potentially explosive or corrosive

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