Trash contract to face tweaking

The voters of Jefferson City may have made their opinion known on Proposition A, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t still work left to do with the city’s trash contract.

The proposition that would have removed the requirement that all residents have their trash collected by an authorized collector, Allied Waste, was defeated by a 74 percent majority on Tuesday night.

But with 26 percent of voters voicing their opinion against the current system, some members of the City Council take that as an indication of work yet to be finished.

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