Council approves road projects, hears trash complaints

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

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Westside Eagle Observer/RANDY MOLL Michelle Rieff, Highfill councilwoman and Highfill resident, questions the council about trash she picked up on her property from the home construction in Highfill by Rausch Coleman Homes and Schuber Mitchell Homes. She asked the city why nothing was being done to prevent the construction trash from blowing onto the property and into the pastures of neighbors to the construction, pointing out that some of the trash is hazardous if ingested by calves or livestock.

Westside Eagle Observer/RANDY MOLL Michelle Rieff, Highfill councilwoman and Highfill resident, questions the council about trash she picked up on her property from the home construction in Highfill by Rausch Coleman Homes and Schuber Mitchell Homes. She asked the city why nothing was being done to prevent the construction trash from blowing onto the property and into the pastures of neighbors to the construction, pointing out that some of the trash is hazardous if ingested by calves or livestock.

Council members in Highfill approved two street projects and repair of the city's bulldozer at the March 13 meeting at city hall. Discussed was the need for a code enforcement officer and to do something about construction trash blowing onto neighboring properties at home construction sites.


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