by David Riley and Michael Morton, Daily News staff
As with many of the articles published by MDN, referring to a survey of some number of communities (16 in this case), Franklin is excluded. The story on solid waste from Franklin's perspective is a good one. Although there was much disagreement from some folks arguing against the switch two years ago, the results have been positive. Trash has declined, recycling has increased, the rates have declined, the totters were paid off early, the streets have a better appearance on collection day. Are there still any nay-sayers? If there are, what argument can they put forward?