County officials say replacing the Glasgow center will allow them to get rid of unstaffed dumpsters in the area.
Only 29% of Lexington households are recycling, down from 35% last year. Recent program changes may be a reason.
The event included various games and activities, as well as a mobile outreach classroom, to help promote the importance of recycling.
Students spearhead a project to start recycling at their school.
After three years without curbside pick-up, Lexington locals can now go green again with their glass.
By Evelyn Rupert A low response could indicate that area business owners are uninterested in a proposal that would give…
City Manager Jon Ellestad presents a recycling container to the Architectural Review Board. He hopes to have the baskets distributed…