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And then there were 3

Posted by on Wed, Oct 22, 2008 at 11:45 AM

The Orange County Board of Commissioners narrowed the list of potential sites for the new county waste transfer station to three Tuesday night, reports the News and Observer.

Notably absent from the list of remaining sites is the location in the Rogers-Eubanks community, the current home of the now 36-year-old county landfill.

The Board of commissioners is set to make their final decision on a site for the new facility Nov. 18.

A map of the three sites can be found below:


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