Transfer Station: Selectmen asked to eliminate Recycling only permits and look at gradual shift to fully tax funded model

Changes in the industry have made recycling materials more expensive than trashing them. Given that reality, the Board of Selectmen is being asked to eliminate the option for residents to purchase Recycling Only permits for the Transfer Station. Read the full article → from Transfer Station: Selectmen asked to eliminate Recycling only permits and look at gradual shift to fully tax funded model

BOS on Transfer Station rules and fees – Thursday

On Thursday night, selectmen will discuss (and likely vote on) Transfer Station rules and regs for to be implemented this summer. Included in the draft is a fee increase they conceptually approved earlier this spring. It also includes a safety net suggested by another board to offset the burden for residents in need. Read the full article → from BOS on Transfer Station rules and fees – Thursday

Transfer Station fees: Small change this year, deeper look for next year (Updated)

Town officials scrapped big changes to the Town’s trash disposal program this year. Instead, some users will see a $50 increase in Transfer Station sticker prices for this fall. And selectmen will task the Public Works Planning Board with another swing at a possible overhaul to funding for the following year. Read the full article → from Transfer Station fees: Small change this year, deeper look for next year (Updated)

Transfer Station stickers: Today is deadline for “discount”; oversized stickers can be replaced

Tomorrow marks the last day that most residents can buy this year’s Transfer Station permits without an extra fee. And to accommodate last minute shoppers, the Town Clerk’s office is staying open until 5:00 pm today.

And, another year means another “sticking point”. Learn about this year’s sticker controversy. Read the full article → from Transfer Station stickers: Today is deadline for “discount”; oversized stickers can be replaced

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