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MOSA prepares for loss of Otsego County

Legislature gave OK to leave trash authority

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Boosted recyclable collection and about $1.2 million in spending cuts outlined in MOSA’s 2011 Annual Report are some factors indicating the tri-county waste authority is operating more efficiently than it has in past years. But it’s a success that’s likely to be short-lived as the Montgomery-Otsego-Schoharie Solid Waste Management Authority begins exploring details of Otsego County’s departure. Attorneys and officials representing the three counties met this week to iron out some of the details that ...


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