The recycling dumpsters situated in downtown Maysville will quickly have a brand new dwelling on the Public Works Constructing.
In accordance with Maysville Metropolis Supervisor Matt Wallingford, the dumpsters are presently situated on East Third Avenue, close to the Simon Kenton Bridge.
Nevertheless, resulting from a number of causes, the dumpsters will likely be relocated subsequent week to the Public Works Constructing at 1720 Martha Comer Drive.
In accordance with Wallingford, a few of these causes included seeing an inflow of trash within the dumpsters and seeing the bins utilized by too many non-Maysville residents.
“We have been discovering a ton of trash in these bins,” Wallingford stated. “That’s not what they’re for; these bins are for recycling solely. We have been additionally seeing mail from Aberdeen, Ohio, Tollesboro and several other different locations. The bins are for our residents; the residents of Maysville.”
Wallingford stated these bins are a service to Maysville residents as a result of town can now not provide curbside recycling because it as soon as did.
“There are now not inmates on the landfill to type the recycling,” he stated. “So, we will now not provide curbside recycling. So we provide this service as a substitute. And, in fact, folks can exit to the landfill and take their recycling to it.”
The Public Works Constructing will likely be open Monday by Friday from 7 a.m. to three:30 p.m. and Saturdays from 8 a.m. to midday with a view to settle for recycling.
Proof of Maysville residency could also be required.
“If folks wish to recycle, they will drive a few miles and nonetheless be within the metropolis limits,” he stated.