Informed Sources: Sanitation Solution

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Mayor Wharton brokered a deal to pay pensions to the city’s oldest sanitation workers that will cost you a monthly fee of more than $2.

In exchange, Wharton promised more efficient trucks and routing.

But it's raising legal questions, not to mention questions of fairness.

And there are even more fees on the table, from traffic lights to smart meters.

The Informed Sources team explores the situation.