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firstname.lastname@example.orgBoyle County waste management and emergency officials are joining forces to hold a household hazardous waste disposal day Saturday at the county fairgrounds. A $20,500 grant from the state Division of Waste Management is funding the effort. But,...
It is almost one of my favorite times of the year again — spring. Spring doesn't officially begin until March 20, but I am already getting in the spirit. Spring is my favorite season because the weather warms up, the flowers begin to bloom and...
email@example.comState officials say they are close to asking Philips Lighting to submit plans to clean up contamination on and around the site of its now-vacant light manufacturing facility in Danville. Since the plant on Valksdahl Avenue closed in February 2011, the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgTalks between a former Philips Lighting employee and the company about purchasing the now defunct Danville factory have fizzled, leaving local officials frustrated by the prospects for the vacant facility and the progress of environmental clean up...
Contributing writerMore than $440,000 projects under the Works Progress Administration were announced in July 1940 for Danville and Boyle County. The same announcement called for the removal of WPA offices in Danville, complying with plans to reduce the number of...
email@example.comDanville city officials have a number of safety concerns regarding the the old Philips Lighting plant which state authorities are now investigating. On April 17, Interim¿City Manager Ron Scott sent a three-page letter by certified mail to Len Peters,...
Contributing ColumnistIn January, I wrote an article on the government’s role in supporting basic science, invention and innovation. In the opening paragraph of that article I said: “The Obama administration claims the government can ‘create jobs’...
I have been playing with wind turbines and solar panels for around a year now. I have a 1,500-watt wind turbine and 12-100 watt solar panels hooked up to a large battery bank. Here are the problems with green energy. The wind turbines are basically dead...
Garrard-Lincoln Solid Waste Coordinator Chris Thomason has been busy prospecting for grants to support the combined recycling and waste management efforts of the two counties and the latest beneficiaries were children that enjoy the playgrounds at Logan-...
By Michael Broihier Last week’s roadside cleanup by crews supporting the county’s Cash For Trash program was a visible sign of efforts underway to clear litter from the county, but Lincoln-Garrard Solid Waste Manager Chris Thomason said...
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Guest columnistThe Obama administration claims the government can “create jobs” through technology, particularly green technology. The president argues that the technology is there, and all it needs is a “nudge” from the government. He does not...
Baltimore and Harford counties have struck a deal on trash collection they say will benefit taxpayers in both places. Beginning next year, a Baltimore County contractor will take Harford County paper, plastic and other recyclables to a single-stream...
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