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Council approves assistant attorney, recreation assistant positions

Also, new month-long offer for free dumping at landfill


Last updated 9/21/2022 at 9:48am

Karin Hill

Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity Executive Director and CEO Kris Lewis (third from right) poses with Fountain City Council members, from left, Tamara Estes, Detra Duncan, Richard Applegate, Gordon Rick, Frederick Hinton and Mayor Sharon Thompson on Sept. 13 following the council's proclamation of Oct. 3 as World Habitat Day.

Residents of Fountain will have a new opportunity to get their junk cleaned up through a new month-long voucher program at the Waste Connections Fountain Landfill. It offers one free pickup truck bed-level load drop during the month of October.

Announced at the Sept. 13 City Council meeting, the new program replaces the one-day drop-offs held in years past. Landfill representative Adam Smith explained this will give residents more time to take care of their needs, while relieving stress and safety concerns from his staff, as one-day events created a lot of pressure for everyone involved to...

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