MARSHALL (KMHL) – Lyon County Commissioners are reconsidering their plans about the county’s recycling program.
During their commissioner’s meeting Tuesday, commissioners decided to set a public hearing for Monday night September 30th at 6:30 p.m. to discuss what the county wants to do about its curbside recycling program.
The meeting will be held in the commissioner’s board room.
Environmental Services Director Roger Schroeder tells Marshall Radio the board has also directed him to request bids from interested haulers. He said they are hoping to have bids back September 27, prior to the public hearing.
Earlier this month, commissioners rejected bids for curbside service because bids came back higher significantly higher than they expected.