Maintenance

Pa. City Considers Privatizing Sanitation

February 14, 2014

The City of Harrisburg, Pa., is considering a new home for its public works department, one that will accommodate the city's fleet until it can decide whether it will outsource sanitation services, the Patriot News reported.

A two-year lease on the property would cost the city $189,000 per year, but it would collect a $150,000 bonus from the owner of its current location for vacating the site on time.

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