G’Shoals citizens weigh-in on satisfaction
November 19, 2012, 9:00 pm by Glynis Crawford Smith
In a meeting Monday night that included a summary of the detailed survey of citizen satisfaction, the Granite Shoals City Council took action on several items, including a solid waste contrast expected to carry residential Allied Waste service through 2019.
The only increase in costs relate to customers with additional polycarts--an increase from $1.99 to $3.
"There are 339 current customers with a second cart, 36 with a third additional cart, and eight residential customers with an additional fourth cart,” reported City Manager Judy Miller. "With the increase, each additional cart will cost the customer $15 year.”
The Council added its support
by resolution to extension of an Emergency Order granted last year by the Texas
Commission for Environmental Quality (TCEQ) that allows the Lower Colorado
River Authority to respond to drought conditions by curtailing water to
interruptible customers, specifically for the Gulf Coast, Pierce Ranch and
For more of this story, see Tuesday's Highlander
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