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Community meetings planned on changes to city's garbage, recycling programs

A groundswell of community concern has emerged over upcoming changes to the city's curbside garbage and recycling collection program.

And there are three community meetings this week aimed at getting answers to the public's questions.

The first is happening at 6 p.m. Wednesday in American Legion Post 1664, 752 E. Market St., in the City Market. The meeting will follow a question-and-answer format and City Administrator Donna Owens will attend, said Candace Corsaro, who is organizing the meeting.

Then there's a pair of sessions planned for Saturday.

The city and officials from Modern Disposal are holding an "open house" from 9 a.m. to noon in the City Hall parking lot, 745 Main St.

At 11 a.m., the City Council will devote its town hall-style "Neighbor to Neighbor" session to questions and concerns about the changes. That meeting will happen in the Doris Jones Resource Center, 3001 Ninth St.

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