Curbside pickup plan to be revisited at tonight’s meeting
By Lisa King
Tuesday, March 4, 2014 at 4:00 am (Updated: March 4, 3:19 pm)
The idea of a curbside garbage collection for county residents will be discussed tonight at the meeting of Shelby County Fiscal Court.
The county’s Legislative Committee, headed by Magistrate Tony Carriss of Mount Eden, will discuss a proposal they have been developing that includes garbage collection and recycling, Carriss said.
“The committee is going to explain what direction we’d like to go,” he said. “It will be a discussion more than anything.”
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