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"HOTCOG was a great fit for me," stated Bosiacki. "I attended networking meetings and a city council meeting. I also got a private tour of the Waco landfill and had all of my questions answered by the man in charge."
While working in the office, Bosiacki was in charge of researching and re-drafting the amendment to the Regional Solid Waste Management Plan. She also worked with the public on many projects, including public education presentations, researching information on recycling and trash pick up, and organizing and helping plan for the sustainable communities initiative that several communities in the Heart of Texas region are conducting. Bosiacki's research and parts of her re-drafts will be included as part of a long document that details how six counties in Texas will dispose of their waste. Bosiacki mentioned, "It was an honor to be able to help draft such an important and irreplaceable piece of regulation that changes and decides how six counties in Texas will deal with waste."