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EDGERTON MEETS… NEW FISCAL MANAGER; CHANGE IN REFUSE COLLECTION COMING

Edger­ton Vil­lage Coun­cil hired a new fis­cal offi­cer and made changes per­tain­ing to trash pick-up at Monday’s meet­ing.

The Bryan Times reports that Coun­cil approved the hire of William Blakely as fis­cal offi­cer for the vil­lage. Blakely grad­u­ated from Edger­ton High School in 2000, received his degree from DeVry Uni­ver­sity, and comes to Edger­ton from the account­ing firm of Pen­rod and George in Bryan.

Edger­ton also plans now to elim­i­nate con­tracts with both the vil­lage trash ser­vice provider and the recy­cling com­pany effec­tive June 30th, and will rebid the con­tract.

Cur­rently, res­i­dents pay for trash pick-up and recy­cling ser­vice through their vil­lage util­ity bill.

They are now look­ing for one ser­vice provider who will bill res­i­dents directly. Recy­cling pick-up would likely be every two weeks, and large trash pick-up curb­side would no longer be available.

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