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Collecting for trash pickup is a difficult endeavor for Harriman.
Waste Connections is picking up for residents that are not being billed or not making their payments — leaving the city to pay the difference.
City Treasurer Charles Kerley said the problem cost the city $121,000 last fiscal year.
“It is just $10,” City Councilman Buddy Holley said. “My gosh that is a bargain.”
That $10 allows residents to have up to four cans picked up once each week.
Holley brought up two possible solutions for consideration.
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