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By Frank Lombardi, Daily News, New York Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News
May 28--The Bloomberg administration blinked yesterday on its controversial plan to cut garbage pickups outside Manhattan.
Budget director Mark Page told a City Council panel that the city is working to come up with a way to avoid cutting back on trash collection.
Without divulging specifics, Page said there are other ways to save money that would have a "less universal impact on service."
Under the plan, the Sanitation Department wanted to save $11million by eliminating one pickup per week in Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island and parts of the Bronx beginning July …