Chicago’s free garbage pickup program going in the trash

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Free garbage pickup for many Chicago residents is coming to an end as the city plans to start collecting a fee ultimately saving the  city about $3 million. Alderman George Cardenas joins Roe Conn and Anna Davlantes to explain exactly what this means for the residents.


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