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Clark County

April 10, 2014

Clark County Commissioners sign off on animal shelter deal

Clark County enters 3-year, $270,000 deal with Jeffersonville



The commissioners announced that they were interested in setting up public input sessions to get the opinions of residents in unincorporated areas on the county’s recycling program.

The county pays for six 20-yard bins located throughout the county where residents can drop off recyclables, but the commissioners are considering ending the program because they feel the county cannot afford the $60,000-plus-per-year cost to operate the program.

The commissioners want to hear from residents to get input on how the program might be changed and funded. No dates or locations were announced.

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