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Rotterdam brush fee — and debate — likely to ‘carry on’

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Out of about 10,600 Rotterdam residents billed for brush pickup, 2,407 opted out of the service that comes with a new $50 fee. That means 78 percent of residents must pay the fee rather than bring leaves to the town’s composting facility on Princetown Road themselves at no cost. “That was quite high,” Deputy Supervisor Wayne Calder, a Democrat, said at Wednesday’s Town Board meeting. “We’re talking between $365,000 and $395,000 in additional revenue that ...


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