McLure transfer station closing

Residents of McLure loudly voiced their displeasure regarding the transfer station closure

Barriere Star/Journal

TNRD directors at their Aug. 22, board meeting in Clearwater approved a motion on the recommendation of the Regional Solid Waste Management Plan Implementation Committee that the McLure and Monte Lake Transfer Stations will be closed; that the Agate Bay Transfer Station continue to operate on a seasonal basis from May to September, and that the Vavenby Transfer Station continue to operate with reduced hours.


Residents of McLure loudly voiced their displeasure regarding the transfer station closure in their community at a recent public meeting with the TNRD. However, McLure residents were advised that the decision to close the transfer station stands.



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