Wyckoff, Franklin Lakes, and Oakland agree to shared refuse disposal
Three municipalities expect to save a combined $250,000 a year in landfill fees over the next three years thanks to a late-in-the-year bidding strategy.
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#1 Dec 18, 2009
At Last we begin to understand the concept and meaning of sharing.
It is truly the way to expand our services.Truly a great time to collectively share our ideas.And in the process cut the waste,and reduce the property taxes.With a joint effort
of the citizens, we shall be able to enjoy the fruits of our collective efforts.Yes we can.Enough of the archaic system of party lines.We are all Americans!Enough of the ME and Mine.Embrace the original thinking of our original Leaders.Together we stand, Divided we fall.You add the rest.May God Bless America.
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