Recycling program to up rates over five years
Public Works Director Chris Cotta presented the assembly with a summary of the findings of a recent rate study on the borough’s recycling program at their regular meeting on Monday that suggested possible rate increases to go along with four different scenarios for the program.
Rate studies for the borough’s water, wastewater and sanitation departments were conducted by FCS Group, based out of Washington, and cost a total of $42,000, said Cotta. The borough had been waiting for the results of the rate study to determine the future of its recycling program.
In an email to the Pilot, Cotta…
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