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April 7, 2015
About 40 residents got their chance Monday to talk about an ambitious goal of increasing municipal recycling from the current 20 percent to 80 percent.
The public input session at Woodland Junior High School was an opportunity to hear about a trash reduction, diversion and recycling plan being developed by the city and to comment on the plan.
There was a broad cross section of interests represented at the session, from residents who just want easier ways to recycle to business owners and apartment dwellers who want to see services expanded and simplified.
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