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Manzolawn

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I pay $25 a ton.

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EDIT: Ha, thought Bryant started a new post so I replied the exact same thing I did on the first page not realizing it was an old post. Sorry!

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Where we buy our supplies they charge $6.00 per a yard. If the guy is in a good mood you only pay $12.00 for your whole load if it's a bad day I have paid up to $48.00 in one day. If you go to local dump it's a flat rate of $55.00.
 
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