“Each county has to figure out the post-MOSA world,” Arnold said recently. “The expiration of the service agreement always sounded like a long way away. Now, all of a sudden, it’s right around the corner. At that point there is no backstop for MOSA.”
Yes, surprise! April 30 is less than seven months away. That’s virtually tomorrow.
Otsego County officials have discussed forming a public-private partnership to operate the two transfer stations within the county, but, Arnold said, no decision has been made on whether the county will have any role in its management. He said it looks like the board is “split 50-50” on whether to have the county directly involved in waste management.
Gee, who in each county could have seen this coming?