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The Taos County Board of Commissioners kicked the metaphorical can down the road Tuesday (Oct. 19) after postponing a decision on a resolution to establish a recycling fee for county residents to re-open the Taos Recycling Center on Bertha Street.

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The fate of the Taos Recycling Center now seems certain as the Taos Landfill Board is set to close it Sept. 10, but members of the county commission and local residents are still discussing ways to keep the facility open and what alternatives might exist if it closes for good.

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The future of recycling in Taos faces uncertainty yet again as the Taos Landfill Board is set to give up maintenance and financial support of the facility beginning Sept. 1. However, a last minute county resolution may be its saving grace - if the town of Taos decides to get on board.

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After the Rainbow Family Gathering's descent upon the Carson National Forest from late June to July 7, between 40 and 50 people have stayed behind to deal with the waste made by an estimated 5,000 people (at its height) in the area near Cerro Vista off Forest Road 76 in Taos County.

The group, who gathered as a smaller "prism gathering" (one of four around the country) drew nomads and locals alike, with many spending two full weeks up in the mountains near Tres Ritos, much to the dismay of some Taoseños, as could be seen visibly on social media.