Keystone clean-up and slash collection program kicks in |

Keystone clean-up and slash collection program kicks in


Keystone Resort (KR) and the Keystone Citizens League (KCL) have teamed up to reduce the fire danger in our community by organizing a slash collection program. Here are the guidelines:- Collect and neatly pile dry dead wood in lengths of no greater that 6 ft., and up to 4 inches in diameter, on a truck-accessible curb by your property. – Begin gathering slash and placing it by your property starting Wednesday through Friday.- If you have any questions please contact: Yago Gonzalez, slash collection chair, at (970) 262-0988, or Bill Cadwallader, Keystone road and bridge maintenance, at (970) 496-7123.

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