Roeland Park is poised to take a step toward mandating some regulation of dumpster bags – the disposable bags that are generally used to collect construction debris. The bags are often used instead of a dumpster. The restrictions, though, are likely to be limited to the time the bags can spend on the driveway.
Mayor Joel Marquardt has been the most critical of the bags and proposed regulations that would mandate the bags be covered while they are in use on a resident’s property. “I think they look crummy,” Marquardt said during a council workshop this week. “I don’t know why we don’t outlaw them.”
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