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Galt City Council considers transfer station

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Posted: Friday, July 26, 2013 12:00 am

Six years after denying a similar project from California Waste Recovery Systems, the city of Galt is studying whether to allow the company to build a transfer station. Now the company has a new facility in the city, plus an office. Allowing the construction of a transfer station could also add jobs and save fuel expenses which are typically passed onto the city and its ratepayers.

The idea is being studied by Mayor Marylou Powers and Councilman Curt Campion, who were voted onto a subcommittee at the council meeting last week.

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