Camp Verde has been exploring its recycling options after receiving a letter from Sedona Recycles stating “if you are unable to pay monthly for the remaining $13,380, we will have to pull our bins out of Camp Verde.” The non-profit says the cost to service the town - - where it has operated without a contract since 2010 - -is $19,380 annually, while the town has offered $6,000. (Courtesy photo)
CAMP VERDE -- Sedona Recyclers once again became a topic of discussion during the Sept. 21 council meeting after its recycling dumpsters at the Outpost Mall began overflowing this week while a service vehicle was being repaired, per Town Manager Russ Martin.
With a little help from the Town of Camp Verde's Maintenance Department, The Old Guys pour cement Thursday in front of the Camp Verde Historical Society Museum. The new concrete slab will be the hone of two benches and a fountain. The project, funded by the Town of Camp Verde's 2015 Sesquicentennial Project, includes the recent removal of old water lines and old concrete, as well as installation of a new water line earlier in the week. One of the benches that will be installed will be sponsored by the Tackitt Family, the other will be sponsored by the Kovacovich family. (Photo by Bill Helm)