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Antelope Valley Illegal Dumping Task Force

The Antelope Valley Illegal Dumping Task Force was formed pursuant to the Board of Supervisors' instruction of April 9, 1996. The Task Force meets to discuss and coordinate anti-dumping prevention programs in the Antelope Valley. The meeting begins at 2:00 p.m., on the first Wednesday every other month.

To add an agenda item, please send your request to the AVIDTF secretary by email five (5) business days prior to a scheduled regular meeting.

The next meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, April 1, 2020 at 2 p.m.





Announcements
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Free Mattress Recycling Collection Events in the Antelope Valley
County Supervisor Kathryn Barger will host five free mattress collection/recycling events in the Antelope Valley communities of Lancaster, Littlerock and Lake Los Angeles. Click here for details.

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B.I.R.D. Project
The Antelope Valley Illegal Dumping Task Force is highlighting the grant funded B.I.R.D. (Beauty Innovation Respect and Discovery) Project. The Eastside High School students created art work from learning about illegal dumping in Antelope Valley and the effects on the environment. To view the presentation, click on B.I.R.D. Project.

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Community Events Calendar
For the Antelope Valley Illegal Dumping Task Force (AVIDTF) community events calendar for January through March 2020, please click here.

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eNotify Email Notification System
The Los Angeles County Public Works (PW) offers an e-mail notification system to provide up-to-date information on topics or events of interest. This system allows you to customize the information you receive, so sign up today and begin receiving notifications!

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Did you know? LA County Public Works provides services in unincorporated county areas. Online service requests allow residents to report a problem in their area. Request for service includes graffiti removal, potholes, illegal dumping (on public road right of way), tree trimming, violations (such as trash on personal property which pose a hazard to health, safety, or public welfare). As well as finding services in your area to plant a tree, ask a question, take a customer service survey. And urgent requests such as traffic sign problems, outages and malfunctions, debris on roadway, hazardous waste spills, etc. Complete an online service request at Report a Problem, provide detailed information then submit your request.

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