Rumpke’s lengthy legal battle with an Ohio township began approximately 9 years ago. Rumpke applied for a zoning change in 2006 to expand its existing landfill, but Colerain Township trustees denied the request. This week, a judge ruled that the township’s zoning of Rumpke’s land was unconstitutional, clearing the way for Rumpke to double the size of its landfill. Township trustees said an appeal is likely. Read more about the story here.
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