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Residents, officials object to planned transfer station

A trash transfer station proposed for Holbrook has come under fire from Randolph officials and local residents as it moves through the state review process required by the Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act.  

At a meeting Tuesday in Holbrook, a state environmental analyst listened to public comment ahead of an upcoming decision by energy and environmental affairs secretary Richard K. Sullivan Jr. on whether the proponents, TLA-Holbrook LLC, will be required to file an environmental impact report. The decision is due Jan. 25, and public comments may be submitted until Jan. 18.  

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