The Killeen City Council was presented with four proposals at its Tuesday workshop meeting, as it moves toward a citywide recycling initiative, but the local businessman behind one of the proposals said he’s never seen the numbers city staff presented to the council.
The council was given proposals submitted by four companies vying to collect on the city’s lucrative recycling contract as Killeen moves from curbside recycling to single-stream recycling, which would mean an estimated 7,200 tons of recyclables annually.
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