Mayor Lantz says reserve money won't run dry

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The city is saying there will be enough money in the reserve for multiple projects.

Mayor Lantz says the reserve has the capacity to ensure the completion of the Enerplex and to sustain the city’s proposed solid waste collection.

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The city’s tender with its current contractor will expire in August. The city has the option to sign a new contract or take the work onto itself.

City Council is looking at a couple of options, like carts and garbage cans, and is factoring in raven and wind issues.

Council hasn’t made a decision yet, and is waiting until further research is completed.

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