EDA headed back under county umbrella

Published: Thursday, March 13, 2014 at 10:05 AM.

The project began last spring and was initially well-received, said a representative from Waste Management, but over the summer months became an “eyesore” as other garbage, “contaminants”, were dropped at the site.

The additional costs of more frequent pulls due to the volume of trash dropped at the site also pushed the budget well beyond projections for the first year of the pilot project.

Yeager moved to suspend the program, a motion unanimously passed.

“This pilot program has shown us we need to do something with recycling curbside,” Yeager said. “It’s just not working.”

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