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Building project eyed at waste transfer station

 

July 19, 2018 | View PDF



A plan for a new modular building at the Whitman County Waste Transfer Station may come into play this year instead of next year, or the year after, depending on funding and the decision by county Public Works Director Mark Storey.

He presented the notion to county commissioners Monday for later input as he decides whether it may fit into the 2018 budget.

“The busiest part of the year is starting to get behind us,” Storey reported.

Estimated to cost between $60,000 and $80,000, the 1,200 to 1,500-square-foot building would house new office space for the station director and foreman, a break room, conference/training room and restrooms.

Storey will take informal input on the idea before making a decision. Next week he and Commissioner Dean Kinzer will meet to go over the capital facility plan for the transfer station to see how the new building would fit into that.

If commissioners approve, but the idea does not make it for this year, Storey will write it into next year’s budget.

 
 
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