Trash Management Suffers During Legal Dispute, Officials Say

Posted: May 18, 2014 at 1:30 a.m.

Trash management for Washington and Benton counties is suffering because of a continuing lawsuit between the two groups in charge, officials said this week.

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For more information on Boston Mountain and Benton County waste districts, including where recycling and other waste can be taken and who handles trash in your area, visit:

• Benton County: www.bcswd.com

• Boston Mountain: www.bmswd.com

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