An American flag blows in the breeze in front of one of the largest pils of storm debris at the Jersey shore in Long Branch N.J. in this Nov. 15, 2012 photo. Superstorm Sandy created tons of debris that towns in New York and New Jersey are still struggling to dispose of weeks later. Three weeks in, the round-the clock effort to remove storm rubble has strained the resources of sanitation departments and landfill operators, and caused heartaches and headaches for thousands of families. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
THE CITY COUNCIL HAS APPROVED A NEW FEE AT THE CITY'S CONSTRUCTION AND DEMOLITION LANDFILL.
THE NEW COST WILL RANGE FROM 45 TO 65-DOLLARS.
IT ONLY APPLIES TO BUSINESSES DROPPING OFF CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL.
IT WILL CONTINUE TO BE FREE FOR RESIDENTS ... EXCEPT WHEN IT COMES TO ELECTRONIC ITEMS.
EVERYONE WILL NOW HAVE TO PAY A FEE FOR DROPPING OFF OLD TELEVISIONS AND COMPUTERS.
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