Garland County Trash Rates Going Up

The cost of hauling trash has gone up 100 percent in Garland County. County officials blame rising gas prices. Full Story
Bo Vincent

AOL

#1 Apr 22, 2006
I didn't agree to the trash pickup policy the first time around. Nobody had the chance to vote or have any say about it. It was FORCED down everyones pocket book. Now they want an increase? Get real, Garland County is making a profit now! Stop milking the people by this choice.
STEVE

United States

#2 May 22, 2006
I AGREE IT SEEMS RATHER EXPENSIVE THAT HAS PROMPTED ME TO RUN FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE AS A WRITE IN IN DISTRICT 10. THE ENVIROMENTAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT GETS OVER 7 MILLION DOLLARS... I AM LOOKING INTO WHERE ALL THAT MONEY GOES ?

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