Santa Cruz council OKs recycling, scr...

Santa Cruz council OKs recycling, scrap metal scrutiny

There are 48 comments on the Santa Cruz Sentinel story from Nov 12, 2013, titled Santa Cruz council OKs recycling, scrap metal scrutiny. In it, Santa Cruz Sentinel reports that:

The City Council voted 6-1 Tuesday to step up scrutiny of recycling redemption and scrap metal buy-back centers amid concerns about rampant theft from residential and commercial sites.

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DBS

Santa Clara, CA

#41 Nov 17, 2013
Prince Omaha wrote:
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So if everyone started taking their recyclables to the redemption center the cities waste recovery division would collapse entirely?
I said nothing of the kind.

Another pathetic fabrication that dripped out of your craphole.
DBS

Santa Clara, CA

#42 Nov 17, 2013
Prince Omaha wrote:
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So if everyone started taking their recyclables to the redemption center the cities waste recovery division would collapse entirely? Bad economic strategy. Maybe we should close 115 coral cause we need the $$$ for the garbage service in reality.
I've got a better idea.

Why don't we completely cut the Welfare and section-8 subsidies to the Career Parasites like the Colbys?

Everybody except them will be better off.

And maybe they'd get off their lazy butts and pay their own freight.
Rawwk

Brisbane, CA

#43 Nov 17, 2013
Prince Omaha wrote:
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'Paid for' I meant to type of coarse. Even with majik software I still screw up sometimes.
Rawwk! John Colby is a bottom feeding POS who sniffs little girl's bicycle seats and whacks off to the picture of his sister featured in Metro! Can you say "Gasper"? Rawwk!!
Donny B

Falls Church, VA

#44 Nov 17, 2013
Prince Omaha wrote:
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'Paid for' I meant to type of coarse. Even with majik software I still screw up sometimes.
No, you screw up all the time.
ANON

Santa Cruz, CA

#45 Nov 24, 2013
If I wrote my own article or editorial for it would be titled:

"No Redemption for the Santa Cruz City Council"

apt title in time for the holidays with religious overtones. The title is up for grabs for some other activist.........
Reality Check

Santa Cruz, CA

#46 Nov 24, 2013
While we're suggesting editorial titles, how about:

"Time to Take Out the Trash in Mission Gardens Apartments"

or how about:

"Homeless HUD Reject and Parasite Can't Satisfy Sister's Vociferous Appetite"

or maybe:

"The Biggest Loser - The Santa Cruz Edition"
NONA

Santa Cruz, CA

#47 Nov 24, 2013
ANON wrote:
If I wrote my own article or editorial for it would be titled:
"No Redemption for the Santa Cruz City Council"
apt title in time for the holidays with religious overtones. The title is up for grabs for some other activist.........
...since you either can't or won't write that article or editorial yourself?
walkerwilliam91

Orlando, FL

#51 Aug 7, 2014
My brother actually owns his own junkyard and he lets us come by every now and then. It is a lot of fun to see what you can find in all of the junk. There is some cool lantern and cars that we have seen there. http://www.industrialmetalservices.com.au

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