Commissioners Consider New Recycling Station Plan
The proposed site of the new recycling center building is shown in grey. The current transfer center is shown on the upper right. The total estimated cost of the project is $53,056.19 and could be completed in 2017, according to Dayton Public Works Director Andrew Woods.
Fairgrounds Facilities and Code Enforcement are also discussed
DAYTON-The Board of County Commissioners had a busy week last week.
When they met on Mon., Feb. 13, the board heard a proposal from Public Works Director Andrew Woods concerning plans to establish a new recycling station, to be located at an unused portion of property at the county transfer station.
The plan will consolidate all the recycling bins in the county, including those behind Dingle's Hardware Store, and at the Dayton School District, centrally.
The cost estimate for site work in Phase I, which includes i...
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