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Residents brought their single-stream recycling to the hopper on the first day of operations at the new Salisbury-Sharon transfer station on Thursday, Oct. 15. Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

New transfer station open at last

LAKEVILLE — The new Salisbury-Sharon transfer station, some 25 years in the making, opened for business on Thursday, Oct. 15.

At 11 a.m. there was a steady stream of residents bringing household garbage and recyclables, plus the occasional commercial hauler truck.

The Salisbury Sharon Transfer Station closed its old location on the Sharon Road in Lakeville on Monday, Oct. 12 (which was also a  federal holiday), so the station could move to its new location at 410 Millerton Road. Photo by Cynthia Hochswender

New transfer station opens on Oct. 15

SALISBURY — First Selectman Curtis Rand of Salisbury made it official at the Monday, Oct. 5, meeting of the Board of Selectmen: The new Salisbury-Sharon Transfer Station will open for business on Thursday, Oct. 15, at 8 a.m.

A proposed affordable housing project in the Lakeville village has raised a number of concerns among area residents and the town’s Planning and Zoning Commission. Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

More concerns expressed about housing plan

SALISBURY — The Salisbury Planning and Zoning Commission’s (P&Z) public hearing (held online) on the Salisbury Housing Committee application to build affordable housing in Lakeville continued on Thursday, Oct. 8.

The new Salisbury Sharon Transfer Station on the Millerton Road, near the New York border, is expected to open on Oct. 15.  Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

Transfer station expected to open on Oct. 15

SALISBURY — Salisbury-Sharon Transfer Station manager Brian Bartram showed this reporter around the new facility on Millerton Road (Route 44) on Wednesday, Sept. 30.

The new transfer station is scheduled to open Thursday, Oct. 15.


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