Coshocton County
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328 Chestnut St.
Coshocton, OH 43812
Phone: 740-622-2411
Sheriff: Tim Rogers
LItter Deputy: Kevin Cichon
155 E. Main St.
Newark, OH 43055
Phone: 740-670-5500
Sheriff: Randy Thorp
Litter Deputy: Andy Perry
221 E. Main St.
Lancaster, OH 43130
Phone: 740-653-5223
Sheriff: Dave Phalen
Litter Deputy: Gary Hummel
110 W. Brown St.
New Lexington, OH 43764
Phone: 740-342-4123
Sheriff: William Barker
Litter Deputy: Brannon Alkire
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Litter law enforcement deputies patrol counties to investigate open dumping, unsecured loads, and other litter violations. In addition to calling the sheriff offices to report illegal dumping or littering, you can call them throughout the year if you have ammunition or explosives in your home and need to dispose of them. It is safer for their staff to come to your home and remove the items than for you to handle and transport it because of the potential for explosion.
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Coshocton-Fairfield-Licking-Perry Solid Waste District 675 Price Rd. Newark, OH 43055 PH: 740-349-6308 Fax: 740-349-6309 email: cflpswd@windstream.net
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