The Manhattan Fairfield Inn just completed the process of upgrading all of their room’s televisions to high definition quality.
But what happens to their old sets? Dennis Peterson, Riley County Noxious Weed/Hazardous Waste Director, says his department took them in and now has the available to the public.
“We’ve checked them all out and they work fine,” Peterson said. “We have quite a lot of people who wanted TVs during our last run to stick in their child’s room to play Playstation on.”
The Noxious Weed/Hazardous Waste facility is located at 6245 Tuttle Creek Boulevard and is open weekdays from 7:30am to 4pm.