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Mahoning County locations to drop off Christmas trees for recycling

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - Here are the places in Mahoning County where you can recycle cut Christmas trees (with all decorations removed) from now through Jan. 31st.

Mahoning County:
- Austintown Township Park, 6000 Kirk Road.
- Berlin Township Building, Route 224, Berlin Center.
- Canfield Fire Station, 5007 Messerly Road.
- Craig Beach and Milton Township, 1979 Grandview Road, next to fi re station.
- Ellsworth Fire Station, state Route 45.
- Goshen Township Maintenance Garage, 12649 Seacrist Road.
- Green Township Cemetery, state Route 165 and Beaver Creek Road.
- Jackson Township Fire Station, 229 N. Salem-Warren Road (State Route 45), North Jackson.
- Lowellville Street Department, 3 W. McGaff ney Road.
- New Middletown and Springfi eld Township, 10720 Struthers Road, next to fire station.
- Poland Township Road Department, 7508 Clingan Road.
- Smith Township Building, 846 N. Johnson Road, Sebring.
- Community Corrections Building, (the former South Side Library), 1771 Market St., Youngstown.
- Struthers will provide curbside tree pickup to its residents.

Greeting cards and wrapping paper, excluding ribbons, bows, and foil wrap, may be delivered in brown paper bags to any of the county's community recycling dropoff sites from now through Jan. 31st.

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