BOONSBORO -- Curbside recycling, public transportation for Boonsboro and improvements for Monroe Road were among the issues discussed Tuesday night when the Washington County Commissioners met at the Eugene C. Smith Community Center in Shafer Park.
The commissioners held the meeting in Boonsboro so they could discuss issues with town officials.
Boonsboro residents have pushed for curbside recycling in the county in the past and some have described recycling in the county as being in the "Dark Ages."
Rosemary James of the Boonsboro Recycling Task Force brought up the issue again Tuesday night.
Saying recycling was "your responsibility and our responsibility," James told the commissioners she was looking for leadership on establishing curbside recycling in the county.
Commissioner William J. Wivell said the focus is on curbside recycling but there are other options. Wivell said he also is troubled by the cost of offering curbside recycling.