Friday, January 24, 2014 at 1:05 pm (Updated: January 25, 10:19 pm)
After the morning snowfall and quickly dropping temperatures on Tuesday, Tim McNally, Waste Management’s public sector representative for Kentucky, had to make a decision about waste collection that day.
With safety in mind, Waste Management officials and employees decided not to run collection routes Tuesday in Radcliff.
“We will not put anybody in danger,” McNally said. “We will never send someone’s relatives out if there’s ever any danger at all.”
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