Commercial landfill Casella has proposed for part of the land isn’t going in

The Dalton property owner who three years ago entered into a purchase and sale options agreement with Casella Waste Systems said at Wednesday’s Dalton Planning Board meeting that the commercial landfill Casella has proposed for part of the land isn’t going in. Douglas “Chick” Ingerson Jr., who owns a total of 1,900 acres in Dalton, Bethlehem and Littleton, told planners he has to do something with his property as he pushes forward with his decade-old plan for a drag strip and more recent plans for a 500-site campground. On Thursday, The Caledonian-Record asked Casella spokesman Joe Fusco if Casella is still pursuing what it calls the Granite State Landfill at the Dalton site, and if so, why did Ingerson say the landfill isn’t happening. Fusco said the company is still pursuing its landfill in Dalton and there has been no disagreement between Casella and Ingerson.

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