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Yard waste collections discussed by Marietta council

January 24, 2013

The option to have yard waste picked up separately from other trash is an alternative Marietta residents may have in the city’s next waste hauling contract....

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Jan-24-13 4:54 PM

This is another project that Kalter wants to start with yard waste. Maybe he could buy a pickup truck and contract with the city to pick up yard waste at homes in Marietta. Just something else that he wants to get started and never finish. That would be a good job for him since he doesn't work or have a steady job now

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Jan-24-13 7:20 AM

Councilman Michael Mullen, I-at large, said the city's shrinking revenues can't afford such a large alley project.

One of the biggest reason of shrinking revenues is over spending general fund money and Robbing Peter to pay Paul from the street fund using it for to many grants for other much bigger projects like armory and bike paths . Save us all some money Moon and don't run again !

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Jan-24-13 7:05 AM

The entire length of Fourth St. ...not just near the many accidents beside the Red Cross...with skid marks that don't justify 25 MPH?

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Jan-24-13 7:02 AM

Forget the yard waste. Go with one bulk item picked up per quarter. Bulk items may include furniture, appliances, water heaters, etc. and forget the stickers.

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