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County awards funds to two recycling projects

Marcia Sauber

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Acknowledging the benefits of two separate recycling efforts in Barton County, the County Commission Monday morning approved allocating more than it was planning to for its annual recycling grant.
The county had set aside $11,400 from the Barton County Landfill fund as it did last year. But, this year, there were two applicants – Sunflower Diversified Services of Great Bend (which was the sole applicant last year) and Kans for Kids Fighting Cancer Foundation of Hoisington.
So, the commission voted to award a total of $17,700. It gave $12,000 to Sunflower so it could purchase a glass crusher ...


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