Harrisburg Mayor Linda Thompson on Monday proposed ending a five-year-old incinerator fee agreement with the Harrisburg Authority public works agency that she said would redirect $275,000 per year to Pennsylvania’s distressed capital city.

The legislation, which the City Council is scheduled to consider Tuesday night, would rescind an agreement between the city and the authority that waived the municipal benefit fee of $1 per ton of solid waste received at the trash burner in exchange for storage space there that the city has used.

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