Posted by Admin on Wednesday, July 10, 2013 (15:22:46) (2006 reads)
Something doesn’t quit fit into the realm of logic with this entire fast driven endeavor.
Sen. Trudy Wade introduced the bill arguing that the NC needs to begin addressing landfill capacity problems. Senator Wade indicated North Carolina has a remaining landfill capacity of 15-20 years; though Dexter Matthews of DENR, (NC Department of Energy and Natural Resources), stated that capacity remains for approximately 30 years). This disputed sense of urgency concerning our land fill capacity is the justification for the dismantling of the State’s established health and environmental safeguards.
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Editorial: Canned - Residents were right about Scotland mega-landfill|
Posted by Admin on Friday, June 11, 2010 (00:36:54) (2700 reads)
An interesting editorial appeared in the Fayetteville Observer today, June 10, 2010.
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Scotland board puts end to landfill project|
Posted by Admin on Tuesday, June 08, 2010 (18:49:17) (2737 reads)
The Scotland County Board of Commissioners may have finally listened to its constituents. They voted unanimously to terminate all efforts to go into the "dumping" business.
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Commissioners hear megadump foes, approve businesses|
Posted by Admin on Wednesday, May 12, 2010 (15:08:57) (1344 reads)
The Scotland County Commissioners heard from the public at its last Commissioner's Meeting.
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Council Oks contentious subdivision and hears landfill talk|
Posted by Admin on Thursday, April 22, 2010 (22:42:05) (1075 reads)
From the April 22 edition of the Laurinburg Exchange:
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Commissioners debate landfill, nonprofit funding|
Posted by Admin on Wednesday, April 21, 2010 (14:11:18) (1221 reads)
At a recent meeting, the Scotland County Commissioners stated their positions on the megadump landfilll.
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County Commissioners hear from Megadump foes|
Posted by Admin on Wednesday, April 07, 2010 (05:26:07) (1480 reads)
Scotland County Board of Commissioners gathered Monday night, April 5, 2010, for its regular monthly meeting, but comments made during an extended public forum made the evening anything but routine.
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