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Tommy Barnes speaks during a Shoals Solid Waste Authority meeting Tuesday at Muscle Shoals City Hall to discuss funding a recycling in Colbert County. [DAN BUSEY/TIMESDAILY]

MUSCLE SHOALS — Garbage rate increases for city and county residents is all but a sure thing, but the Shoals Solid Waste Authority is still trying to determine the amount of money it needs to implement a hybrid voluntary/curbside recycling program.

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