Delray Beach has a chance to get out of an overpriced trash-hauling contract. The city commission should take the chance.
At Tuesday night’s meeting, the commission will discuss the analysis from Fort Lauderdale attorney Jamie Cole of the five-year, $65-million contract extension a different commission approved last August with Waste Management. The contract has not gone out for bid since 2001. The Office of Inspector General and The Post said city rules require competitive bidding. The former city manager, David Harden, and the former commission disagreed.
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