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Bidding on Trash Facility Reopened

February 28, 1986

Bowing to complaints that the system was tainted, Los Angeles city officials Thursday agreed to reopen the bidding between two firms competing for a lucrative 20-year contract to operate a $235-million trash-burning facility in South-Central Los Angeles.

The action was taken after Signal Environmental Systems, one of the bidders, protested that confidential papers it filed with the city were obtained by its rival, Ogden-Martin Corp. No evidence of impropriety was found, a city spokesman said.

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