Four borough transfer sites to close in 2020

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FAIRBANKS, Alaska. (KTVF) As part of a consolidation to improve service, the Fairbanks North Star Borough will be closing the Dale Road, Moose Creek, 30-Mile, and Midway transfer sites in 2020. This is part of an expansion effort to improve service and reduce the number of sites from 16 to 12.

As part of a consolidation to improve service, the Fairbanks North Star Borough will be closing the Dale Road, Moose Creek, 30-Mile, and Midway transfer sites in 2020. (Sara Tewksbury/KTVF)

On January 31st, the Dale Road, Moose Creek and 30-Mile transfer sites will be closed. The Midway site is tentatively scheduled to close in August 2020.

Residents who use the Dale Road site will be asked to go to the West side transfer sites such as Farmers Loop West, Ester, or Chena Pump.

Those who use Moose Creek are asked to either go to North Pole or Badger Road, while those who use 30-Mile or Midway are asked to use the Salcha transfer site.

There is an expansion project scheduled for the Salcha transfer site in summer of 2020.

Letters went out to residents on Friday, November 8, 2019 explaining the consolidation.

Dale Road Letter

Richardson Highway Residents

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