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November 19, 2013

Editorial: Landfill foes can't be blamed for skepticism about sale

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He says Best Way officials are seeking to lease the tillable acreage to local farmers and are interested in selling, leasing or developing the property.

To landfill opponents, this conglomeration of companies might sound like another convoluted attempt to begin operating a landfill.

Let’s hope it’s not. Few in Anderson want this landfill, particularly those who are concerned about the negative environmental impact on nearby homes, Killbuck School and Killbuck Creek.

Are Best Way Disposal officials really leveling with the local community?

It’s up to the new owners to be as transparent as possible in order to dispel the haze of cynicism that’s been thickened by the recent change of ownership.

In summary It's up to the new owners of the Mallard Lake Landfill property to be as transparent as possible in order to dispel the haze of cynicism that's been thickened by the recent change of ownership.

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