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T April 20, 2014 at 03:22 PM
Let us start getting rid of these eyesore buildings and bring popular businesses to San Bruno soRead Moreres idents don't have to do business in other cities.
Marty Medina March 30, 2014 at 09:58 PM
Robert, Great idea! I'll see what I can do this week if someone doesn't beat me to it. WE doRead Morehave until May 13, 2014, to protest the increase. Interesting that this year they included the actual rate payers (renters) the opportunity to protest the increase. Last time they did not. Marty Medina
Heidi Beck March 30, 2014 at 11:40 PM
I'm not sure they will count email -- I believe the protest needs a signature to be counted asRead Morevalid . You don't need to write a fancy letter. A postcard saying "I protest the garbage increase" will do, but it needs to include the name of the property owner or the Recology customer submitting the protest, the signature of that person, and the street address or assessor's parcel number of the service location for which the protest is submitted. Mail or drop it off at San Bruno City Hall, Office of the City Clerk, 567 El Camino Real. No reason you couldn't pass out postcards to your neighbors and gather them up to drop off at city hall. Or send an email to all your San Bruno contacts with information on how to protest.
dragon April 09, 2014 at 01:18 PM
WHAT A SHOCKER! Here we go again, another year another proposed increase. I will definitely be atRead Moreth e Mid-May meeting. these comments and others will not make a difference because the state is putting pressure on the local cities to not have any land fill usage for garbage. You will see an increase forever whether you vote against it or not. They want you to reduce garbage by another 25% in 2 years and another and another..You really need to have competition and other bids from a different company. Also, every time the employees ask for more money and benefits the city goes ahead and allows the increases. Poor managing on behalf of the garbage company.
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