Whaley’s Closure Shouldn’t Be a Problem for Rural Residents

Written by on September 27, 2011 in News

A temporary contract between the county and Wemiga Waste will make sure Henry County rural residents see little change in the disposal of their trash and recyclables. At their meeting this morning, the supervisors signed a 90 day agreement with Lyn Whaley of Wemiga for $11,300 per month. The county will pay all the tipping fees. The four county disposal sites will keep the same schedule Monday thru Thursday. Friday and Saturday rural residents may take their trash and recyclables to the Henry County Emergency Management property on West Washington Street from 9 am to noon. This contract does not allow for disposal of appliances or furniture. The supervisors hope to address that need in a future permanent contract.

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