StPaul residence now have until Friday to pick a trash cart…
… to replace the perfectly good trash buckets they had from the perfectly good trash haulers that, in many cases, they’ve been happily using for years. (Like my own trash hauler of this past decade, Highland Sanitation; if you live in their service area, they come highly recommended).
And if you are a low income or fixed income person who has been extemporizing by sharing a bucket contract with another neighbor?
Shush, present, and be happy to pay for your bureaucrats pensions!:
“Each unit does need to have its own cart and service,” \said Lisa Hiebert, a spokeswoman for St. Paul Public Works. “If they’re in a multi-unit building, or they’re sharing, there is no opt-out option
Of course it’s not an option. This is serious business.
And by serious business, I mean “this is a featherbedded contract to generate more city employees, meaning more public sector union dues, meaning more contributions to the Saint Paul DFL.
So with those stakes in mind, you will get exactly the options you are given, peasants!