County reviews possible road name change policy

Published: Wednesday, December 11, 2013 at 11:26 AM.

“What if he can not put a store there and it sells as commercial property?” asked Shirley. “What’s to stop someone from building a bar there?”

Resident Johnny Brown said that he shared the same uneasiness.

“We aren’t interested in a commercial entity that has the potential to become an establishment that can sell alcoholic beverages,” said Brown.

David Saunders came before the Board to ask that Saunders’ Landfill’s franchise be pulled.

“My wife is no longer running the business as she should, in fact she’s running it into the ground,” said Saunders. “She is pulling trailers of garbage that are open and without taillights. We’ll honor everyone who paid and eat those expenses.”

Goodman said there wasn’t anything the Board could do at that time because her name is on the company’s franchise agreement.

“We don’t have the right to terminate it,” said Goodman. “We’ll request that she join the next meeting so that she can explain why the franchise license shouldn’t be pulled.”

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