Covington could get new trash pickup days
Rumpke officials on Tuesday night unveiled their plans that will affect 8,900 households and move more people to Monday through Wednesday pickup. The goal is to have less trucks at one time and quicker pickups, said Molly Yeager, spokeswoman for Rumpke. The city raised its trash collection fee to from $122.50 per household per year to $150. Rumpke is still in the process of collecting the old trash receptacles from Republic, Gaspard said. "Once we get through this process, everybody is going to be excited with the service," Gaspard said.
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