The county, though, accepted a
Neither move was unexpected, but both were formalized during Thursday's meeting of the
The board previously OK'd a
B&B is building a new trash cell that that will be 900 feet long, 300 feet wide and, at its deepest point, 45 feet deep. It should be able to handle whatever the landfill takes in for the next seven years.
Enterprise funds can be set up and used by some self-sustaining, nonprofit government entities that charge for services, such as trash disposal, utilities and health care services. The landfill is funded by tipping fees and special assessments charged to cover the cost of hauling waste from homes, businesses and county drop sites.
The landfill is different from other county departments and entities in that it does not receive tax money.
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