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Ruritans disagree with commissioners’ comments, but claims in question

Washington College Ruritans took issue with recent discussions among county commissioners regarding the convenience center operation on their property in Limestone, but their claims are being disputed.

A five-year lease agreement in place since the 1980s for the convenience center on Bill West Road expired in June, and Public Works Committee members talked about looking at other options during their Dec. 1 meeting.

The issue was referred to Public Works during the November commission meeting with a request to evaluate the terms of the agreement that have Washington County paying a $1 annual lease for the property and providing the labor and equipment to operate the convenience center, while all sales from recyclables go to the Ruritan Club. More...


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