PRSWDD and towns close to agreement on split

by Nancy Beal

The Pleasant River Solid Waste Disposal District’s board of directors and the towns of Jonesport and Columbia Falls have finally reached a final agreement on how to part ways, and only the typing of a clean copy stands in the way of those two towns withdrawing from the group of six communities that banded together in the 1990s to create an alternative to their individual landfills. Negotiations—replete with lawyers’ letters and proposal documents—have extended more than a year. On July 20, when the PRSWDD board met in Jonesboro, all sides seemed to be in agreement.

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