Trash

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School seventh grade student Desmond Williams

During a council meeting Aug. 23, the Beaumont City Council voted unanimously to renew recycling in the city.

Waste Management recently pulled its recycling service from Beaumont due to its high cost and the limited interest in subscriptions. The move impacted over 500 Beaumont residences.

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The West Lucas residence of Joseph D. Butler has drwn the ire of neighbors.

In an unprecedented move, the City of Beaumont has filed suit against a local man accused of endangering public health and repeatedly violating city ordinances, allegedly failing to rid his property of litter and providing shelter and a breeding ground for rodents and mosquitoes.

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storm drain

City of Beaumont Streets and Drainage crews work hard to ensure water flows freely through storm drains and ditches in local neighborhoods, but some residents have been utilizing those drains and ditches as garbage cans, tossing in trash like beer bottles, plastic containers and even lawn clippings and tree limbs, making city staff work harder and polluting the river and bayou, says Public Works Director Dr.

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The South East Texas Regional Planning Commission is hosting a Household Hazardous Waste and Scrap Tire Collection Event next Saturday, April 9, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the student parking lot of the Vidor High School at 500 Orange Street in Vidor, the agency recently announced.

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