During a closed session this week, the Council in Jefferson City, Mo. passed on proposals that would provide yard waste services to residents.

February 23, 2024

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During a closed session this week, the Council in Jefferson City, Mo. passed on proposals that would provide yard waste services to residents.

In a press release, the city states that it reviewed proposals for a permanent site from Federal Recycling and Republic Services but passed on both after neither was found to be cost-effective. Data from the city shows that 2,161 loads of yard waste were dropped off at a temporary yard waste site between November and January.

“The remaining funding allocated for yard waste services will be reviewed by Council for future appropriations,” the press release says.

Residents are allowed to burn yard waste during daylight hours from November 1 to March 1 with constant supervision and appropriate equipment nearby.

Read the full article here.

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