• February 19, 2017

Restaurants struggle to comply with Killeen’s grease rules

City aims to unclog its sewer system lines

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  • Proud Mother of an Army Avi8er posted at 6:54 am on Sun, Dec 9, 2012.

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    "Atkinson called Killeen’s grease problem a “Texas public health and safety issue.”
    “For the safety of the citizens of Killeen and keeping the sewer rates under control, we really do need to get a handle on the grease that is going into our sewers,” Atkinson said."

    Stop slapping restaurants with just fines when they don't comply with the city ordinances. When restaurants don't comply, then shut them down for a period of time and have them pay a hefty fine. The city/tax payers shouldn't have to deal with this issue. A slap on the hand obviously isn't working...shut them down.