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The Villages
Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Some Villagers will see change in schedule for trash pickup over Labor Day

The District Office has released information about trash pick over the Labor Day holiday.

Community Development Districts 1 – 11
If you live in Community Development Districts 1 – 11 located in Sumter County, Marion County or Fruitland Park portions of The Villages, there will be normal residential sanitation collection on Monday, Sept. 5.

Community Development District 12
If you live in Community Development District 12, normal residential sanitation collection will be on Tuesday, Sept. 6.

Community Development District 13
If you live in Community Development District 13, there will be no residential sanitation collection on Monday, Sept. 5. The next collection will be on Thursday, Sept. 8.

Lady Lake Portion of The Villages
If you live in the Town of Lady Lake portion of The Villages, there will be no residential sanitation collection on Monday, Sept. 5. The next collection will be on Thursday, Sept. 8.

Lake County Portion of The Villages
If you live in the Lake County portion of The Villages (not including CDD 11), there will be no sanitation collection on Monday, Sept. 5. Monday collection will be on Tuesday, Sept. 6. All collection days for the week will be moved to the next day.

Helping our down and out neighbors

A Hammock at Fenney resident wonders about the callous attitude of her fellow residents toward those in need. Read her Letter to the Editor.

Outsiders caught hanging around pond need to be locked up

A resident was horrified to read about a Summerfield couple arrested late at night near a pond in The Villages. What were they doing here in a golf cart?

Tampa outlawed panhandling after it became a problem

In a Letter to the Editor, a Village of Collier reader points out that Tampa outlawed panhandling after it became a serious problem.

A new low for Trump

A Village of Pine Ridge resident renews his call for Trump supporters to denounce their leader after his latest embarrassing debacle. Read his Letter to the Editor.

We are all God’s children

In a Letter to the Editor, a Village of Amelia resident expresses astonishment at Villagers’ callous attitudes towards the poor and homeless.