Com­mu­nity land­fill meet­ings

The Covington News - - FRONT PAGE -

— An Easter sun­rise prayer ser­vice will be held that Sun­day, April 5, at the county land­fill on Lower River Road. “If ap­proved by the New­ton County Com­mis­sion­ers, trash from all over the state of Ge­or­gia will be com­ing to our town of New­ton County/ Cov­ing­ton, Ge­or­gia,” said a state­ment is­sued by the or­ga­niz­ers. “We have met and talked and voiced our opin­ions but now it’s time to PRAY. It is time to come to­gether on one ac­cord as con­cerned cit­i­zens, elected of­fi­cials, and mem­bers of the BODY of Christ.” In­ter­ested par­ties are urged to call 404-693-4914.

— The New­ton Con­ser­va­tive Lib­erty Al­liance will also host an open meet­ing Mon­day to dis­cuss the county land­fill and ways that a so­lu­tion might be reached to solve the county’s solid waste prob­lems. The event will fea­ture Tonya Bechtler of the Yel­low River Wa­ter Trail and Brenda Mullins of the Springhill com­mu­nity, as well as an open com­ment por­tion and dis­cus­sion. The meet­ing will be held at 7:00 p.m. at the Wash­ing­ton Street Cen­ter.

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