Dothan poised to end curbside recycling

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Dothan (WTVY)-- Dothan city commissioners will vote in the next few weeks to suspend the city's curbside recycling program.

They blame problems on several things including less demand for recyclable plastics. Public Works Director Charles Metzger said curbside recycling is costing taxpayers about $600,000 a year.

Also likely to be gone are four drop off locations though people will still be able to leave recyclable products elsewhere.

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