• October 21, 2014

Going green? Killeen weighs more recycling

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  • ADBM posted at 2:26 pm on Sun, Jun 9, 2013.

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    Being in the military for 15 years I have lived in quite a few places around the states and most had rubust recycling programs that picked up from residents, the only thing different is that we did not have a fee.
    My wife and I do recycle and used to $2.48 a month for the little blue container here in Killeen but felt we could recycle more materials on on our own for Free. Forcing this extra cost on residents that are already having to tighten their belts is a crime, the city council can find where to cut back in other avenues to pay for this venture as we have all seen the wasted money on worthless projects as well as other overspendings. Do not get me wrong, I applaude the city in buiding a better recycling effort, but there are other areas that need work before this such as the pathetic children with special needs classes. Once a child with extreme special needs reaches high school.. there is not much here.
    Hi Randy.. you know who this is =)

     

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