Jackson Co. Commissioners to Discuss Future of Incinerator at Friday Meeting

The Jackson County Board of Commissioners will begin discussion over the of the county incinerator at its meeting, tomorrow.

Commissioner John Polaczyk tells News 10 the board will hear from Administrator Michael Overton, who has been talking with State Department of Corrections, which is expected to end a 25-year agreement to use the incinerator at the end of September.

According to MLive, the agreement currently brings in $2.4 million dollars a year, but some say the incinerator should be closed following the agreement because of health reasons.

News 10 will be at the meeting and we'll have the latest, tomorrow.


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