City Eyes Recycling

October 31, 1990

TANEYTOWN - A 960-square-foot recycling center -- a first in this north Carroll City -- is just about complete, the city manager said yesterday.

The center, paid for by an $11,000 state recycling grant, will eventually be a city collection point for newspapers, cans, glass bottles, and used motor oil. Manager Neal W. Powell, city manager, said that while construction on the Taneytown Memorial Park building should be wrapped up by the end of the week, materials are not expected to be taken at the center for some time.

The center is expected to be run by volunteers, and will have extended collection hours once it is opened, Powell said.

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