Proposed Dumpster Ordinance Still Raising Questions in Bath

An ordinance that has been proposed over a period of several Bath Borough Council meetings is still being questioned, not only by local businesses and organizations, but also by Council.

It’s the dumpster ordinance, and how to deal with the appearance of the containers and what problems arise if the law is not adhered to.

At Council’s meeting on Sept. 4, Councilman Michael Reph had questions, and business representatives queried about having a wall or other cover to screen the dumpsters from public view. Also asked was is there a fine for overflowing dumpsters?

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