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LIFT-UP officials threaten prosecution for after-hour contributions

Routt County donation center director tries to deter dumping

If you go

■ The LIFT-UP donation center, 2125 Curve Court, is open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesdays through Fridays.

■ To arrange for a drop-off outside of normal operating hours, call LIFT-UP during operating hours at 871-9327 or 879-3374.

■ LIFT-UP cannot accept: Skis, snowboards, bindings, car seats, humidifiers, computers or accessories, diaper bins, potty seats, custom window fixtures, electric blankets, mattresses, box springs, bed pillows, helmets or torn or stained clothing.





LIFT-UP donation center officials are asking people to stop dropping off items outside the store while it's not open, and new signs threaten prosecution. LIFT-UP Director David Freseman said dumping is common.
John F. Russell

LIFT-UP officials ask that people to stop leaving items outside the donation center while it's not open. John F. Russell