Coronavirus: Super Saturday event in Washington Twp. will have changes

Residents must remain in cars, wear masks for document shredding and drug drop-off

The annual Super Saturday event this weekend will go on, but with a few changes due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Two free services – document shredding and drug drop-off – will be available for Centerville and Washington Twp. residents during the event from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday.

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“Additional safety procedures will be in place due to the pandemic, including precautions that residents are asked to take,” Township Administrator Jesse Lightle stated in a release.

Document shredding is at the Public Works garage, 8190 McEwen Road. Residents who present a photo ID can dispose of up to 12 grocery-size bags of sensitive documents.

Staff will wear masks, and all drivers and passengers are asked to do the same.

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Documents should be in disposable containers and both drivers and passengers are asked to remain in their cars at all times with the windows rolled up. Staff will direct drivers when to unlock doors or release the trunk latch.

The drug drop off is at Fire Station 45, nearby at 8328 McEwen Road.

Child safety seat checks will not be offered due to safety concerns with COVID-19, the township said.

For more information about Super Saturday services, click here.

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