A mandatory citywide recycling service in Killeen may not come cheaply, but it’s the right thing to do.
The Killeen City Council last week considered an initiative that would establish curbside recycling for the city’s 46,000 households over the next two years. The estimated price tag is $4.6 million, which would come out of the city’s solid waste budget debt starting in fiscal year 2013.
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