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[GreenYes] Re: Beyond newspapers

Arthur's question related to other paper besides newspaper...certainly
there WERE other household papers in the 1940s and before [but not in
today's quantities], but were they targeted for collection??

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At 08:36 AM 9/15/2006 -0700, arthur boone wrote:
>I believe the first large jurisdiction to take other papers in a
>curbside program than newspaper was San Francisco about 1988; is that
>correct? Arthur R. Boone

Rick Anthony pointed out a few weeks ago that before WWII all major US
cities had curbside pickup. So the answer probably depends on the time
span the question applies to.

Alan Muller

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