County leaders plan to move the Madison County Transfer Station to a four-day week in 2009, an action they say will help keep costs down.
After the new year, the transfer station will be open Wednesday through Saturday from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Madison County commissioners met with transfer station director Sandra Webb last week during 2009 county budget discussions and agreed to move forward with new hours at the transfer station on Colbert-Danielsville Church Road next year.
The BOC will meet again today (Wednesday) at 4 p.m. in the county government complex to discuss the 2009 budget.
10/01/08 at 05:12 PM
What is it about trash that makes the BOC think this is not an important function of the gov't? How is this going to affect the trash services within the county? Maybe those services should dump their trash at the gov't complex Monday & Tuesday since the Transfer Station will be closed those days.
Get real.This is a great way to save the taxpayers money.The proposed days to be opened are the busiest & there will less wasted time from the department.We all must work efficiently & not just hang around doing little for a paycheck.
10/05/08 at 07:28 AM
THey have to make up for all of the stolen money from the county office. How corrupt can Madison County get? Wait and see!