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County, tribes struggle with new trash contract

Oct 4, 2012 By Christina George, Staff Writer

The current agreement is set to expire Dec. 14 and will put waste management in question for reservation areas.

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Future management of trash transfer stations on the Wind River Indian Reservation, such as this one between Arapahoe and Ethete, is in question unless an agreement can be made between tribal officials and the Fremont County SolidR00;Waste Disposal District. Photo by Katie Roenigk

Future management of trash transfer stations on the Wind River Indian Reservation, such as this one between Arapahoe and Ethete, is in question unless an agreement can be made between tribal officials and the Fremont County SolidR00;Waste Disposal District. Photo by Katie Roenigk


Future management of trash transfer stations on the Wind River Indian Reservation, such as this one between Arapahoe and Ethete, is in question unless an agreement can be made between tribal officials and the Fremont County SolidR00;Waste Disposal District. Photo by Katie Roenigk

Future management of trash transfer stations on the Wind River Indian Reservation, such as this one between Arapahoe and Ethete, is in question unless an agreement can be made between tribal officials and the Fremont County SolidR00;Waste Disposal District. Photo by Katie Roenigk

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