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Belleville, IL, aldermen agree trash fees need to be increased. Still, the amount of the increase is scheduled to be decided Monday night. City Finance Director Jamie Maitret explains why an increase is needed. Mike Koziatek mkoziatek@bnd.com
Belleville, IL, aldermen agree trash fees need to be increased. Still, the amount of the increase is scheduled to be decided Monday night. City Finance Director Jamie Maitret explains why an increase is needed. Mike Koziatek mkoziatek@bnd.com

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UPDATED June 19, 2017 09:09 PM

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