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Elgin City Council moves along new contract with Waste Management Government
Elgin City Council moves along new contract with Waste Management
After a 62-minute discussion Wednesday evening, the City Council Wednesday unanimously moved along for final approval a contract retaining Waste Management as its vendor for refuse, recycling and yard waste collection services. The new deal would be a five‐year agreement with a mutual option for a five‐year extension and holds annual rate increases of three percent. It would bring those fees for a single family home from $13.85 this year to $14.89 per month in 2015 and from $10.07 to $10.83 for townhomes and condos.
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