24 April 2008
By Chase Purdy
Contributor

A proposal to reshape residential garbage collection drew shouts of protest at Monday's Albion City Council meeting.

Residents now choose from several private services for refuse collection, but City Manager Michael Herman said a new proposal could give the city a single, less-expensive garbage collector.

Herman said the move will cut individual collection costs by half -- although costs haven't been determined yet because the garbage contract hasn't gone out for bids yet -- but some residents remain concerned.

Read the full story in the Jackson Citizen Patriot

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