City council still debating five-year Waste Management contract
Osceola City Council decided during an Oct. 16 council meeting to continue to see what the committee on waste-management alternatives can bring forth in less than 90 days.
The committee, which is headed by Jim Kimball, was formed during an Oct. 2 council meeting to present a cost and benefit analysis for a waste, recycling, compost or transfer station for the city in 90 days.
During the Oct. 2 meeting, the council denied entering into a five-year contract with Waste Management that incorporates single-stream recycling.
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