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MOSA: ‘Rates down, services up’

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Tipping fees have come down and services have been increased, but the future of the Montgomery-Otsego-Schoharie Solid Waste Management Authority still remains in doubt. MOSA Executive Director Dennis Heaton put out a news release last week titled “MOSA rates down, services up.” The news release detailed the 35 percent reduction in MOSA tipping fees, down to about $69 per ton from a high of $106 last year. The authority has also expanded operations at its ...

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