County officials opted to discontinue recycling services beginning next month, saying they’ll save as much as $30,000 a year by doing so.

This unanimous decision by the Kerr County Commissioners Court followed discussion in which county staff presented photos indicating people have been dumping trash in and around the two trailers that are supposed to have been used for recycling.

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David McCallum

$30,000 is chump change you Neanderthals!!

Michael Barr

So does that mean there will be no more recycling at all including the containers at the land fill? I understand they do not want to provide trailers for it outside the land fill but I have been using the recycling dumpsters at the land fill for cardboard.

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