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Counties to discuss future of MOSA at Monday meeting

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Montgomery County Board of Supervisors Chairman John Thayer described the end of the 25-year MOSA agreement as a sort of divorce. “We just want to get what’s ours,” he said. The Montgomery-Otsego-Schoharie Solid Waste Management Authority was created nearly 25 years ago by a service contract that expires April 30, 2014. The end date is closer than it might seem, given all that must be done to prepare for it, and representatives from the three ...

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September 19, 2013
9:26 a.m.

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If the Schoharie County Board of Supervisors agreed to allow MOSA to site a landfill in their county, the other two counties would probably fall all over themselves to retain MOSA!