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Scrap metal piles weighing on Amsterdam

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The city has about eight tons of scrap metal it doesn’t know what to do with. City officials received no bids from haulers willing to take the scrap away. Department of Public Works Supervisor Ray Halgas said no one even called to look at the piles, which are located at the city’s Construction and Demolition Debris landfill on Forth Avenue. City Clerk Susan Alibozek said bids were due back Tuesday, but none were submitted. “Last ...

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