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Pike County Wants to Exit Mark Twain Solid Waste Management District

Courthouse in Bowling Green, MO
Michael Rose

For a second time, Pike County Commissioners are asking to get out of the Mark Twain Solid Waste Management District.   

The three-member panel says it has administrative concerns and a reluctance to work with the district. Commissioners want to put the county in a waste district that they say will provide a better relationship.

The commission cited many of the same concerns in January, but its first request to withdraw was rejected.

The district contracts for administrative services with the separate Mark Twain Regional Council of Governments, which has said it will work with commissioners on their concerns.

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