Plan to have ACUA remove condo trash in Brigantine (NJ) raises questions

For years the city reimbursed condo associations for the cost to have private waste haulers pick up their trash once a week. The funds equaled the cost of service to individual homeowners.  Under a new plan, the city would stop the annual reimbursement and instead, pick up the trash through the Atlantic County Utilities Authority.   Read the article…………


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