My own primary interest in the story is not so much what's written on the side of the receptacles, but the price tag attached to them. $1,000 per unit? Those things better actually amble around picking up trash for us, or at the very least be capable of door knocking.
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Nonetheless, as you are covering Candidate Dowd's little announcement tomorrow, you might want to ask him about the special meeting he called for February 2nd, at which only himself, council members Payne and Harris, and Controller Michael Lamb attended (no one from the Mayor's wing of the building, let alone the ICA was there). He had a few good zingers about how "Cooperation is the ICA's middle name", yet there has been no effort to further work out any agreement or game-plan regarding the $45.3 million that comprises the sexy / responsible / movingforward portion of the
Or not. I'm sure he'll tell you what you should write about. It's just a suggestion.