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South Bay Digest

Rancho P.V.

February 28, 1985

Residents who put bulky items out for a special trash pickup last week--and who can still see them sitting there--should not depair, according to city officials. Response to the special collection was so overwhelming that 35% of the city's homes, about 1,800, were missed as 11 trucks picked up a total of 150 tons of refuse. The city's trash collector has scheduled another special pickup Saturday for the remaining trash.

For the Record
Los Angeles Times Thursday March 7, 1985 Home Edition South Bay Part 9 Page 7 Column 3 Zones Desk 2 inches; 49 words Type of Material: Correction
Two Palos Verdes Estates news items were inadvertently published under a Rancho Palos Verdes heading in the South Bay Digest on Feb. 28. The items reported a special trash pickup for bulky items, which took place on March 2, and City Council action authorizing participation for one year in Palos Verdes Transit, a dial-a-van transportation system.

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