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Houston City Council Again Delays Recycling Deal

In Houston, the New Year has started off much like the last ended: with continued contention over a proposed 20-year, $37-million recycling contract.

In the latest delay, City Councilman Mike Knox pushed a vote on the deal out at least one more week, according to the Houston Chronicle.

Previously, in late December Houston City Controller Chris Brown sent his certification letter to the mayor and city council members on the city’s proposed $37 million recycling contract with Spanish firm FCC, but the council opted to postpone the vote then as well.

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