The Georgia Department of Natural Resources has given the city of Macon's solid waste landfill a passing grade.
In the recent follow-up inspection the facility received an acceptable rating of 95 performance points.
Last April the city of Macon was required to pay $35,000 in fines for violations at the landfill.
In that spring inspection there were 19 violations including not covering the waste daily, erosion not being maintained and exposed waste washing into a drainage area.
13WMAZ reviewed a letter dated November 1st where the DNR did find a few discrepancies that will require attention.
They include; some areas of the slopes and top of the landfill that requires additional structures to aid in erosion control, conducting a second run of hydro-seed that did not sprout because of lack of rain and grading that must be done in accordance with the approved policies.
Mayor Robert Reichert's spokesman Chris Floore said, "We are in the process of speaking with public works to work out details of addressing concerns and to make a presentation to council."