The Glenwood City Council has voted to suspend the collection of its $1.25 recycling fee from city residents after closing its recycling center Oct. 1.
The city voted in July to terminate its contract with Dihne Recycling and closed the Tyson Street recycling drop off location Oct. 1. The recycling center had been plagued for years by complaints about its unsightly appearance and costs associated with the site.
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