The Summit County Council is being asked to think about some major changes for their solid waste—such as the county taking on the job of trash collection itself.
Council Chairman Roger Armstrong says whatever happens, their job is to manage the public’s money as best they can.
Armstrong told KPCW he doesn’t want to get too far ahead of Landfill Superintendent Tim Loveday, who will report soon with a consultant study on the county’s trash.
He did say, though, that he wants to focus on recycling. Armstrong asked, can the county do a better job?