Sunday, January 24, 2016

Oconee County Commissioners To Hold Public Hearing On Tuesday On Updated Solid Waste Management Ordinance

Two Ordinances Combined

The Oconee County Board of Commissioners Tuesday will give second reading to and hold a public hearing on a new Solid Waste Management Ordinance that combines two existing ordinances to regulate the disposal of litter and license the collection of residential and commercial waste in the county.

It will be the first time citizens have a chance to comment on the completed ordinance, since County Attorney Daniel Haygood made changes in the document after the Commission gave first reading to the ordinance on Jan. 5.