CURWENSVILLE — Curwensville Borough Council approved three potential sites that could serve as yard waste composting facilities for borough residents.
At Monday’s meeting, council authorized submitting the three sites to the state Department of Environmental Protection for review and consideration and possible permitting.
Following discussion by members who were trying to narrow down the choices, Councilwoman Rhonda Carfley suggested council submit all three sites to DEP for contemplation.
“Then maybe we will have options,” she said.
Council has been searching for a site to allow borough residents to bring yard waste, grass clippings and leaves. It has been noted at previous meetings that DEP requires a two-to-five-acre site for the facility.