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RE: [greenyes] City of Cleveland to discontinue curbside recyclin g
In other Ohio news, the Cincinnati Enquirer is reporting this morning that
the City's proposed 2004 budget does not include the curbside recycling
program.  The Mayor characterized this as a program "suspension" which would
resume "when the economy picks up".  Council members still need to vote on
the budget and most seem to be fairly supportive.

Cincinnati operates one of Ohio's oldest and largest curbside recycling
programs - collecting over 12,000 tons annually.  For more information on
Cincinnati please see


Jeffrey W. Aluotto
Hamilton County Solid Waste Management District

-----Original Message-----
From: Pat Franklin [mailto:pfranklin@no.address]
Sent: Wednesday, November 26, 2003 7:04 AM
To: Green Yes
Subject: [greenyes] City of Cleveland to discontinue curbside recycling

We've been hearing for months that growing budget deficits might result in
cuts to curbside recycling programs.  Here's news of a proposal to cut the
curbside program in Cleveland, OH.

WASTE NEWS, November 26, 2003

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