Norman officials favor changes to curbside recycling service
Norman City Council members Tuesday debated whether the city should take over operation of a curbside recycling service or award a contract to an outside company. The council unanimously favors providing the service every other week, no matter who gets the contract.
NORMAN — City officials want to switch from a weekly curbside recycling service to service every other week.
Bins would be traded for “polycarts,” which have wheels, a lid and would hold more material, Utilities Director Ken Komiske said.
Residents currently pay $3 per month for the service, and that would not change, Komiske said.
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