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N.E.A.T. schedule

By Times staff
© St. Petersburg Times
published March 22, 2002

Have old furniture you want to throw out? The city of Tampa's Neighborhood Environmental Action Team, or N.E.A.T., picks up large household items as a community service. Goods must be at the curb by 8 a.m. Volunteers interested in helping N.E.A.T. should call 931-2141. For a complete 2002 schedule, go to

MARCH 23: Northview Hills/Grant Park/Highland Pines (area bounded by Henry Avenue, Interstate 4, the city limits and 40th Street)

MARCH 30: Northview Hills/Grant Park/Highland Pines (same as above)

MAY 11: North Hyde Park/West Riverfront (area bounded by Interstate 275, Kennedy Boulevard, the Hillsborough River and Howard Avenue)

MAY 25: North Bon Air/Oakford Park (area bounded by Interstate 275, Kennedy Boulevard, MacDill Avenue and Lois Avenue)JUNE 1: Old West Tampa/MacFarlane Park/Northeast MacFarlane (area bounded by Columbus Drive, Interstate 275, the Hillsborough River and Dale Mabry Highway)

JUNE 8: Old West Tampa/MacFarlane Park/Northeast MacFarlane (same as above)

JUNE 15: Carver City/Lincoln Gardens (area bounded by Columbus Drive, Interstate 275, Dale Mabry Highway and Old Tampa Bay

JUNE 22: Downtown/Channel District/South Nebraska (area bounded by Interstates 275 and 4, Harbour Island, 15th Street and the Hillsborough River)

JUNE 29: Historic Ybor City/Florence Villa/Beasley (area bounded by Interstate 4, Columbus Drive, Adamo Drive, the city limits and 15th Street)JULY 6: Historic Ybor City/Florence Villa/Beasley (same as above)

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