WARE – The former owner of Tri County Recycling has ended his legal battle against the Board of Health after selling the business for $700,000.
In January 2018, a Suffolk Superior Court judge dismissed a lawsuit against the Board of Health after TCR was denied permission to accept household trash at its transfer station and recycling facility. TCR filed an appeal of the dismissal.
TCR’s owner and manager, attorney George McLaughlin, recently filed a motion with the court to dismiss his appeal.
Land records filed at Hampshire County Registry of Deeds show TCR sold the recycling center at 198 East St. to ReEnergy Ware of Latham, New York for $700,000.
McLaughlin had filed the complaint when the Board of Health rejected the company’s request to modify the site assignment at the facility to permit up to 750 tons per day of municipal solid waste.
During public hearings back in 2016, the company said the change would not pose a health danger.
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