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CHEAPER GARBAGE: ’Busco residents to receive lower trash rate

June 6, 2013

CHURUBUSCO — After opening several trash bids submitted for proposal to Churubusco Town Council members, a vote was made to award the contract to National Serv-All, and in turn, reduce residents’ charges by almost half.

Beginning July 1, the new service contract will take effect. National Serv-All is the current servicer provider, but the new agreement with the town will mean a reduction in costs.

Currently, the town is paying more than $13 per household. The new rate will be $7.15. A Churubusco resident was present at last night’s meeting and asked the council if there would be a lower rate for customers.

Several points were considered as town leaders decided on the customers’ rate.

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