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No Mega Dump Maxton Residents to Discuss Landfill
Posted by Admin on Monday, April 26, 2010 (18:10:10) (1441 reads)

Maxton commissioners have called for a special meeting on Wednesday to discuss the proposed landfill expansion in Scotland County. The meeting, planned for Town Hall on Wednesday, April 28, 2010, at 7 p.m will will allow commissioners to collect "testimony, comments and concerns" from town residents, county officials and groups that have experiences, both positive and negative, with trash dumps.

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No Mega Dump : Sims Hugo Neu has decided to leave Navassa!
Posted by Admin on Saturday, April 28, 2007 (15:37:57) (217 reads)

It appears that Brunswick County, NC has fought off an attempt to place a landfill-recycling center in the area of Navassa. Is this a permanent situation or will Sims Hugo Neu (landfill company) return again in the future? To quote the president of the company... "We look forward to returning to North Carolina in the future".

Read the announcement article.

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No Mega Dump : May 7th, 2007, Commissioners Meeting
Posted by Admin on Thursday, April 26, 2007 (18:38:27) (224 reads)

On May 7, there will be a meeting of the Scotland County Commissioners at the County Administration building on West Blvd. in Laurinburg. All are encouraged to attend this meeting.

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No Mega Dump : No Mega-dump Rally before Scotland Co. Commissioners Meeting
Posted by Admin on Thursday, April 26, 2007 (05:38:39) (792 reads)

On April 2, 2007 there was a "No Mega-dump" rally held before a scheduled meeting of the Scotland Co. Commissioners. After the Rally, several speakers at the Rally were "scheduled" to speak at the Commissioners meeting.

What happened at this meeting was beyond my comprehension but a newspaper article was written about it and was printed in the Fayetteville Observer.

A few photos of the Rally are included in this website.

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