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April 13, 2012MARYVILLE, MO |  By: Wayman

Maryville Move Out

Students and seasonal renters in Maryville are being encouraged to donate their stuff instead of tossing it out.

Piles of garbage and old furniture accumulate in the university town at the end of each school year. But Jerome Grisanti with the city of Maryville says recycling saves your housing deposit from cleanup costs.

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The city is suggesting non-perishable food can be taken to the ministry center on Main Street in Maryville. And both clothing and household items are being accepted by Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Nodaway County, their number is 660-562-7981.