Trash Bandit Dumpsters and Junk Removal
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We Take Just About Everything
Some examples of the junk we haul away include
- Refrigerator Disposal
- Garbage Removal
- Mattress Disposal
- Foreclosure Clean Outs
- Construction Waste Removal
- Yard Waste Removal
- Trash Removal
- Appliance Removal
- Television Disposal & Recycling
- Furniture Removal
- E-Waste Disposal
- Hot Tub Disposal
South Lyon is a city in Oakland County in the U.S. state of Michigan. The population was 11,746 at the 2020 census, up from 11,327 at the 2010 census. As a western suburb of Metro Detroit, South Lyon is about 20 miles northwest of the city of Detroit and the same distance northeast of the city of Ann Arbor.
The median household income in New Hudson, Michigan is $92,583. The median household income for the surrounding county is $77,374 compared to the national median of $61,963. The median age of people living in New Hudson is 39.3 years.
South Lyon, MI Attractions:
Blakes Orchard & Cider Mill
Andrew Blake made his first batch of hard cider in his college garage while attending MSU and would take it around to parties for friends to enjoy but admits it wasn’t his best work and didn’t quite know what he was doing at first. After coming back home, Andrew was determined to craft an uncompromised line of all-natural hard ciders, that weren’t overly-sweet like its competitors. Andrew says the unique profile is attributed to a blend of 5 apple varieties, grown on Blake Farms and a proprietary wine yeast. The apple base used is pure cider and not from concentrate, resulting in the purest profile, creating a bright, clean and flavorful line of products. What started out as a side-project to offer our visiting customers something straight from the source, has led to one of the fastest growing companies in the industry, with distribution in 18 states.
The Lyon Theater
The Theatre was built on the site of Phillips Funeral Home's furniture store on East Lake Street in South Lyon by Edward C. Carrow. Construction began in February of 1945 and was completed in October of that same year. However, the (originally) 400 seats from Grand Rapids based American Seating were not delivered until January of 1946. An ad in the local newspaper indicated films were shown in late December, but Carrow must have utilized temporary seating as the Theatre did not officially open until January 25, 1946. It was opened as the LYON with a simple marquee (no vertical blade) and the name in four large letters. Edward G. Robinson and Margaret O'Brien starred in the opening film - “Our Vines Have Tender Grapes” - along with Judy Canova in “Hit the Hay!” later that week. The opening was sold out with the lobby full of flowers. The newspaper referred to it as an “outstanding theatre.”