The agreement proposes to stop picking up trash at- John C.L. Morgan
buildings or complexes with more than six units, which will affect 85
condominiums and 237 apartments that currently receive trash removal service
from the city. City Administrator Jerre Bryant cited difficulty of access to the
units, lack of room on the street to accommodate the 64-gallon trash and
recycling bins and cost of providing the service as the reasons behind the
Full disclosure: My wife and I are among the condo owners who'd lose public trash collection under the policy changes, and we voiced our concerns during Monday night's Committee of the Whole meeting.
Related: Some Details on Recycling Program (June 4, 2009)