The Henry County commissioners Tuesday reviewed the August county landfill report.

Henry County Landfill Manager Mike Imbrock reported the transfer station located at the landfill received 210.55 tons of solid waste, 110.57 tons of tires, 4.35 tons of brick/concrete/asphalt, six Freon appliances and 37 mattresses during August.

The 210.55 tons of solid waste was the highest amount brought to the transfer station in August over the last three years, an increase of 17.16 tons compared to August 2018; an increase of 31.06 tons from August 2017; and an increase of 26.9 tons from August 2016. Year-to-date, 1,303.21 tons of solid waste have been brought to the transfer station.

At the end of August, the landfill closure fund balance was $52,798.06, and the landfill post-closure fund balance was $441,172.67.

The commissioners also held an executive session regarding complaints against a public employee. No action was taken following the session.

Thursday’s agenda includes Auditor Kevin Garringer at 8:45 a.m. for a policy update; Henry County Assistant Prosecutor Katie Nelson at 9 a.m. for a legal update; proclamation for the 100th anniversary of the American Legion is planned for 10 a.m.; and an executive session regarding the compensation of personnel is planned for 10:30 a.m.

On Friday, the commissioners will be at the board of elections office at 10:45 a.m. for a visit by Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose.


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