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Listeners Upset About Transfer Station Limits

With Waste Management’s decision to limit traffic into the McCourtney Road Transfer Station effective tomorrow, it appears many people decided to head out there over the weekend. Nevada County Sheriff’s Department Public Information Officer Andrew Trygg says it’s really the Highway Patrol’s jurisdiction to monitor that traffic, but he says his department was busy…

Listen to Andrew Trygg

The limit will now be two hundred cars per day for social distancing reasons, which has frustrated some KNCO listeners. Many, like Matthew, are worried about the fire danger…

Listen to Matthew

Susan says the decision will have ‘unintended consequences’ like wild animals…

Listen to Susan

Those comments during ‘KNCO Insight’ yesterday. Again, the 200 car per day limit at the McCourtney Road Transfer Station goes into effect tomorrow.


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