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City of Amsterdam mulls trash options

MOSA’s uncertain future sparks concern

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The city of Amsterdam will start the 2014 year pondering what to do with the nearly 7,000 tons of garbage the city generates annually. It’s unclear if the Montgomery-Otesgo-Schoharie Solid Waste Management Authority will cease operations in April, and there’s no direction yet on what Montgomery County will do. A completely new form of government — a county legislature and elected executive — takes over today. The city could wait to see what will happen ...


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