WHITE COUNTY, Ind. (WLFI) — Waste management of Indiana is trying to expand its landfill in White County, but first has to rezone the land around it.
The spokeswoman for Waste Management of Indiana says the landfill will run out of space in nine years, so it's important to start the process of rezoning as soon as possible.
White County Area Plan Commission is holding a special session to discuss the rezone.
That's Monday at 6 p.m. on the 2nd floor of the White County Building.
The spokeswoman of Waste Management of Indiana adds this project would not hinder the community.
"We've been a good community member and participated with the community in all aspects," said Lisa Disbrow.
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