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Foster Hudson, pictured at the podium, on Monday asks the Kandiyohi County Planning Commission to deny a request that woulld allow JMBI, LLC to expand the types of materials it accepts at the demolition landfill the company began operating a couple months ago near Hawick. Greg Korstad, attorney for JMBI, is seated at right. Tribune photo by Carolyn Lange

Demolition landfill may expand the type of items it accepts


WILLMAR -- The types of demolition debris buried at a private landfill that began operating a couple months ago in northern Kandiyohi County might be expanded to include a variety of industrial waste.

In a unanimous vote Monday by the Kandiyohi County Planning Commissioners, Jay Morrell Building Investments, known as JMBI, LLC, gained the first foothold in a state permitting process that would change the regulatory classification of the landfill from class I to class III.

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Carolyn Lange
A reporter for more than 30 years, Carolyn Lange covers county government and regional news with the West Central Tribune.
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