Tuesday, December 14, 2010 at 4:52 pm (Updated: December 15, 12:15 pm)
A city panel on Monday recommended the city annex the solid waste transfer station into city limits and change the area into a heavy industrial zone.
That upset the station’s neighbors, who contended the city had failed to keep garbage from blowing onto their properties.
The city, however, wanted to annex the 54 acres to gain the sales tax revenue from a nearly $400,000 project to renovate the transfer station, where trash is taken to be hauled to the garbage dump near Wagon Mound.
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