Elizabeth Biggins-Ramer is enthusiastic about a job most people don’t like — taking out the trash.
“I know it sounds a little weird, but I love trash,” she said. “I’ve been lucky to do something I thoroughly enjoy.”
The 52-year-old Cleveland native, who worked in Arizona for the past six years, moved her career to Medina County this month. Her first day as the new coordinator of Medina County’s Solid Waste Management District was Sept. 15.
She’s taking over for William Strazinsky, who retired last October after 23 years in the position. She will be paid $63,000 a year.
Biggins-Ramer said she’s looking forward to promoting the district’s offerings.