Ky. scrap ordinance would impose 20-day tag-and-hold
Nov 04, 2011 | 12:49 PM
| Lisa Gordon
PITTSBURGH A scrap ordinance set for a vote later this month has recyclers in one Kentucky county worried about the future of their businesses.
Montgomery County officials and the Mount Sterling City Council will vote Nov. 15 on an ordinance that would impose a 20-day tag-and-hold on material, as well as require recyclers to purchase an operating license, put up a $20,000 indemnity bondwhich would be used to reimburse homeowners if it is later discovered that an item was stolenand wait seven days to pay sellers.....
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