WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court agreed yesterday to review the constitutionality of a New York town's law requiring the disposal of all trash at a designated facility, an action that ultimately could knock the underpinnings out from under municipal revenue bonds issued for solid waste facilities.

The case, C&A, Carbone Inc. v. Clarkstown, N.Y., will be considered during the court's 1993-94 term, which begins on Oct. 4 of this year.

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