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Manchester board approves garbage contract

The Manchester Board of Mayor and Aldermen voted at its Dec. 3 meeting to approve a contract with BFI Waste Services to continue to handle residential and commercial sanitization for the city. This is the same company that has handled these services prior, but the new contract means about $52,000 in increased costs for the city. This is a five year contract. The city received only one bid for services. 

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