From: EfficientGov Newsletter
To: Scott Jenkins,
Subject: Pay-by-Plate Parking, $5M in Bridge Repair Savings & New Food Waste Ban
Date: Tue Sep 02 19:14:29 MDT 2014
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Pay-by-Plate Tech Arrives in Parking Lots
Pay-by-plate isn't just for tolls. Edmonton is integrating the technology into its parking lots. Costs and revenues detailed inside. More →
 
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Saving $5M by Monitoring Bridges
A new technology put into place by the South Carolina Department of Transportation will likely save more than $5 million on just 8 bridges being monitored. More →
 
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MA to Ban Commercial Food Waste
Food waste in MA accounts for 17 percent of solid waste annually. With a goal of 80% solid waste reduction by 2050, the state has set forth an ambitious plan to outlaw commercial food waste. Elements of the program inside. More →
 
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$600k Federal Grant Adds Sidewalk Mobility
A federal grant from the federal DOT is providing $600k to Oakland, IN, to enable sidewalk improvements. Highlights of this and other DOT grants available to your town. More →
 
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