Nation wants orange bag volunteers

 

H.B. Lawson

Bill Nation, Carbon County Road and Supervisor, makes a presentation to the Upper Platte River Solid Waste Disposal District board members, on using orange bags to collect trash along county and state roads.

Carbon County Road and Bridge Supervisor, Bill Nation introduced a "good Samaritan orange bag proposal" to the Upper Platte River Solid Waste Disposal District (Landfill Board) meeting Feb. 4.

Nation addressed the board on his idea for a pilot program to reward citizens who clean up the county highways. "As you know in the Rawlins area, Baggs, Dixon, Savory and over in Hanna there are some good citizens that clean up around the highways and the county roads. It's no different around Saratoga. We do have some people who live around the county roads and they pick it up," Nation said.

"What...



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