Businessman wants to know why Clay di...

Businessman wants to know why Clay didn't take lowest bid for town's trash hauling

There are 1 comment on the Post-Standard story from Oct 19, 2010, titled Businessman wants to know why Clay didn't take lowest bid for town's trash hauling. In it, Post-Standard reports that:

Jeff Bristol, of Bristol Enterprise trash haulers, bid about $1.5 million less than the next lowest bidder for trash and recyclable pickup in the town of Clay.

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#1 Oct 21, 2010
it's all about kick backs. they need to get rid of weaver and his crew and get some fresh blood that are more honest. now i hear they want to raise property taxes to take up the slack in there pension and health programs. i'm already charged for services i don't and can't get.(Sewer) i say they all take a pay cut to make up their short fall and leave us struggling poor working and unemployed folks alone. where the hell is al stirpe when you need him. isn't this an election year? clay has a slogan on their web site "town of clay a great place to live" i guess as long as you don't open a business there other wise they come and harass you for bullshit violations to raise revenue. i hate this town its not very user freindly.

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