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St Paul trash shake-up could be costly

Opponents of St. Paul's new trash collection system won a battle by forcing a vote on whether to keep it. But even if voters decide to scuttle the garbage ordinance, the city will still be contractually bound to pay the current haulers $27 million next year, according to the Mayor. He warned that would result in a 17 percent property tax increase in the Capital City.
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