Posted by: nevadansagainstgarbage | June 20, 2010

Mercury News – June 16, 2010

It might be garbage, but it comes with a cost — that’s about to go up.
Under one plan, rates would climb 18 percent for both residential and commercial rate payers, effective July 1, and then go up again another 20 percent on Jan. 1, 2011. The second plan would minimize the impacts of the rate increases with a one-time city contribution of $200,000, which would reduce the bump this year to 3 percent and next year’s bump to 19 percent. This would result in the same residential trash bin costing $39.81 per month.
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Strange, rates tend to increase under Recology waste removal. This isn’t the only case.
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