Apr 12, 2008
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Congratulations Roxanne, I wish you all the best. (Jul 24, 2008 | post #12)
No, these areas are not new to the project. I am also wondering why you were not contacted. Please e-mail me at [email protected] and let me know your address. I will look into this for you and get you started. (Jul 20, 2008 | post #2)
Thank you! (Jul 20, 2008 | post #2)
Please read the post right above yours. I never thought that thanking someone would be so difficult. Over and out! (Apr 29, 2008 | post #14)
I knew you would fall for it! (Apr 29, 2008 | post #12)
I apologize for the spelling. I still think that actions speak loader then words or the spelling of those words. (Apr 28, 2008 | post #9)
When ever you give of yourself for the good of someone else, you make deference. Thank you! (Apr 27, 2008 | post #3)
Thank you to everyone who came out for the household hazardous waste event that took place on Saturday. All of us together can make a deference in our environment. It is not so much what we say, but what we do that makes a deference. Your actions speak louder then words. Thanks again! (Apr 27, 2008 | post #1)
Please do not stop sorting your recycled goods. I myself appreciate you in your efforts to help our environment. I myself would like to see all county residents have solid waste pick-up, and at this time it is up to the resident. You might not see the contamination that is going on at the recycling site, but we receive reports from rainbow recycling on a regular basis. They do sort the material, so please do continue to recycle. (Apr 15, 2008 | post #12)
The neighborhoods we looked at were homes that were clustered together. For that reason we selected neighborhoods such as Fairway, Mountain Shadow, Live Oak Desert Willow. We tried to get homes on the south part of town but did not receive a good response at all. We will only be able to receive about 300 roll-outs with the grant that we received. In order for the City to accept my proposal, I could not spend any extra money from the citys excising budget. It is this reason that we were looking for clustered homes so we can keep operational costs down. I completely agree with you on keeping the station in town open at least on Saturday. I have been trying to convince them on doing that and will keep trying. (Apr 15, 2008 | post #11)
The bins we have in town are turning into junk grounds. If the curbside recycling ever becomes city wide, we will slowly shut down the recycling stations. But the continence station we have in town for yard waste will remain open. If I am blessed with the opportunity to serve as your County Commissioner, it is one of my goals to introduce recycling to the county. However in order for any type of solid waste management to work, there must be oversight and a set of rules in order for it to be successful. (Apr 13, 2008 | post #7)
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