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“Advanced Disposal has done an exemplary job,” 2nd Ward Alderman Alan Wolff said. “I think it would be a mistake to change at this point.” At a May 15 committee of the whole meeting, aldermen voted 8-5 to award the contract to Lakeshore. But at the full council meeting, three aldermen changed their votes in favor of Advanced Disposal. They included 7th Ward Alderman Dave Brown and 3rd Ward aldermen Elliot Meitzler and Dan Chanzit. They were joined by Fourth Ward Alderman Tony Malay, who had been absent from the committee meeting. Brown said that since the committee meeting, he had heard from many constituents. “They all said stick with Advanced,” Brown said. The council first voted on the Lakeshore contract, which failed on an 8-6 tally. Then, aldermen voted 10-4 to approve the revised deal with Advanced Disposal, with 1st Ward Alderman Michael O’Brien and 7th Ward Alderman Drew McFadden further adding to the majority. Others voting for the Advanced Disposal contract included Wolff, along with 1st Ward Alderman Scott Salvati, 2nd Ward Alderman Marty Callahan and 4th Ward Alderman Susan Stark.
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