Posted by: nevadansagainstgarbage | June 19, 2010

The San Francisco Bay Guardian Online – June 18, 2010

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“So, while the transactions were legal, with the money laundered twice in between, these dollar connections will probably have folks opposed to the city’s plan to dispose of its waste in Recology’s landfill in Yuba County asking if this explains why Tuchow decided to limit public comment to only one minute when folks wanted to voice concerns at a March 23 hearing at the Environment Commission about an alleged lack of fairness and transparency in the decision to award the contract to Recology.”

You are encouraged to email this reporter directly with a comment at: Sarah@sfbg.com

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