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LISTEN: Retail Trash Bag Program expected to begin mid-summer 2024

In this episode, Matt talks to Mark Sullivan, Director of Finance for the City of Rochester, about the upcoming retail trash bag program for overflow trash. Expected to begin mid-summer 2024, the new bags will be required for trash that does not fit in the Waste Management-issued residential toters. Replacing the current sticker program, the bags will cost $1.75 each and the City is working with local grocery stores to carry them in packs of 5.

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