Huntingburg City Council and Board of Public Works makes changes to city yard disposal service

The Huntingburg City Council is making some changes to the city’s limb yard services…and it will impact residents.

Earlier this week, the city passed an ordinance that continues providing tree limb and yard waste disposal services for only Huntingburg residents within city limits.

The Huntingburg Board of Public Works met this morning to talk about this further.

Mayor Denny Spinner is a member of the public works board and says the site has some problems with non-residents.

To increase security, the city is purchasing three cameras and a gate.

Two cameras will be on the gate, one to record people coming in, and one to record people coming out. The third camera will be in the site. And these new security cameras will be able to record numbers on license plates.

The gate was ordered yesterday, and the Mayor hopes all these new security features will be installed within the next month.

Mayor Spinner says keeping the site for the community is a priority… they just have to figure a way to balance it.

Along with adding these security measures, the site’s normal business hours could change. Mayor Spinner says they will discuss this further at the next meeting and will keep the public informed of any changes.

 

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