Feed the animals
Liberty Farm in Harrisville is now accepting donations of live Christmas trees to feed their cows, goats, and alpacas.
Trees must not have been chemically treated, and must be free of tinsel and other decorations. Residents can drop off trees next to the gate at the bottom of the farm’s driveway at 60 Ironmine Road.
Junk metal wanted
Do you have an old refrigerator, oven, microwave, air conditioner or even vehicle that you’re looking to throw out? The Burrillville Lions Club will pick it up. The club will take any old appliances or metal items regardless of condition, and even rusty, rotted items such as bed frames. The metal is recycled and funds garnered go to the club to support ongoing charities.
To schedule pickup, contact Lion Dennis Laboissonniere at DFLABBY@Yahoo.com.
The Burrillville Police Department is currently seeking volunteers for the town’s Snow Shoveling Program. The department has received several requests from individuals who are in need of help with removing snow from walkways and steps.
The department maintains a list of volunteers, and high school students can earn community service hours. Those interested in volunteering should contact Patrolwoman Rebecca Carvalho or Patrolwoman Jennifer Baker at (401) 568-6255 ,email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Town Hall, trash services closed New Year’s Day
Town offices will be closed on Friday, Jan. 1 in celebration of New Year’s Day. There will also be no trash or recycling pickup, with removal instead scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 2.
There are no town meetings scheduled this week.
The Burrillville Town Council holds meetings on the second and fourth Wednesday of every month and a schedule for 2021 dates can be found here.
The Burrillville Zoning Board has also published a schedule of meetings for the upcoming year, which includes deadlines for submissions to be heard found here.