The Logan County Commission discussed the upcoming Community Clean-up during a commission meeting on Wednesday.
The commission will accept sealed bids Tuesday from potential contractors to operate the annual dumpsite that begins Friday, October 8.
In the past, separate dumpsites were conducted for each of the major municipalities in the county at Chpamanville, Logan and Man. Only one location will be designated for trash disposal due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
“Now we’re going to be using the one location and that’s right off the connector on US 73.” Commissioner Danny Ellis said.
The free dump site will be located at Schoolhouse Hollow Rd. at Mt. Gay. The annual clean-up event will take place over three weekends. Each weekend has been designated for each municipality. Man’s weekend is the first weekend on October 8 & 9. Logan will follow on October 15 & 16. The final weekend will is designated for Chapmanville. Commissioner Diana Barnett said no Logan resident will be turned away.
“We’re not going to turn you away. This will help everybody if you come the day you’re supposed to come. Try your best,” Barnette said.
The dump will operate each day between the hours of 7 a.m. and 6 p.m.
According to a bid request printed in the legal section of the Logan Banner, the sealed bids will be accepted at the Logan County Commission office building on Stratton St. at 11 o’clock Tuesday, September 28.
For more information on the bidding process and requirements of the contractor, interested parties should call Logan County Administrator Alvis Porter, Jr. at 304-792-8626.