BETHLEHEM — Eight months after voters rejected a push by Casella Waste Systems to expand its landfill by 100 acres, the proposal is back, this time through a Casella-funded citizens group that seeks to put two petitioned articles on the March 2018 town meeting warrant.

The petition drive follows a recent town-wide mailer survey sent to residents by a group called Believe in Bethlehem, asking questions that include if they are happy with the direction in Bethlehem, if they believe the town has a revenue problem, and if they voted against landfill expansion in March and why.

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