At their last meeting, the Buffalo City Council got the final numbers report on the recent city-wide cleanup from City Building Inspector Toby Rhoades.
Rhoades reported that the city issued 141 vouchers to city residents and all but 38 were used. Eight vehicles without vouchers were allowed into the landfill during the cleanup.
Forty-four and ¾ tons of waste material was collected for a cost to the city of $3,426.25.
Thirty-five freezers, air conditioners and refrigerators were collected and the city will be charged $875 for freon removal in those units.
Rhoades also spoke about an inspection/audit he would like permission to pursue for his department.
The benefit to the city would be if the building inspector's office is in compliance with codes, it could result in insurance premium reductions for both commercial and private property owners.