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Landfill privatization could mean millions immediately

By Lombardo David
Thursday, May 9, 2013

Saratoga County would get an up-front payment of $6 million if it sold its unused landfill to the highest bidder.

A landfill privatization report, which is available in its entirety below, outlines the three proposal to take over the landfill on Kobor Road in Northumberland.

The highest bid was from Finch Paper, which proposed a $39 million package with an up-front payment of $6 million and an annual payment of $33 million. Capital Region Landfills proposed a higher up-front payment, $7.5 million, but all told was second highest, coming in at $37,426,350. New England Waste Services was the third and lowest bidder, offering a total package of $9,558,008.

A full story on the landfill can be found HERE.

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Landfill Privatization Report

 
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