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April 25, 2014

Niagara Falls eyeing trash deal with Modern

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Niagara Gazette — “It made more sense for all this stuff to happen at the same time and the timetable was framed around the arrival of the casino revenue,” Dyster said.

“We may be late in the game, but we are going to try to learn from the lessons of others and move toward a first-rate system here,” he added. 

City lawmakers are scheduled to consider approval of the new trash collection agreement during Monday’s council meeting. The council will hold an agenda review at 5 p.m., followed by its formal meeting at 6 p.m. Both sessions are held in council chambers at City Hall, 745 Main St. 

Contact City Editor Mark Scheer at 716-282-2311, ext. 2250.

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