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Legislature looks to next step in ash deal

By COLLEEN SIUZDAK
Staff Reporter
csiuzdak@cortlandstandard.net

Cortland County legislators will likely wait until June to issue a findings statement explaining why the county accepted earlier this month the environmental study of the proposed ash for trash deal with Onondaga County.
This is because county officials first want a proposed tentative agreement with Onondaga County Resource Recovery Agency to be completed. OCRRA owns the incinerator, which has been operated by Covanta Energy Corp. since 1994.

 

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