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SIGNATURES:   Goal?  Collected?
Deadline?    Due dates?
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What are some of the problems that have been identified?
Questions?
FAQ Page 
Trash Cart Mandate
How many carts?
At what cost?
Can I share or opt out?
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Real-Life Examples
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Why this website?

Why so much noise about trash & garbage?

Why are Saint Paul residents being asked to sign petitions?

Because of soon-to-be-implemented...

Organized trash "arrived" October 1, 2018 in St. Paul.  Residents and owners of privately-owned 1-, 2-, 3- and 4-unit buildings will confront significant changes.  (Not surprisingly, publicly-owned [e.g., City-owned] residential dwellings are exempt from these mandates -- thus, saving money, space, and administrative hassles.)  

Many citizens believe that at least some of the new rules are unreasonable.  Others take issue with the process by which the City entered into a five-year contract with Haulers.  Although today this program is limited to small buildings, its roll-out can be seen as a trial balloon for eventual changes to be forced onto all privately-owned residential dwellings. 

 

Our petition drive is a first step toward
achieving these GOALS:

  • Ability to Opt Out
  • Ability to Share Containers
  • Reduce Excessive Price Increases
  • Reduce Excessive Space Requirements
  • Make the Program FAIR TO ALL
Real-Life Examples
Financial & Space Implications
Then What?

Petitions now.  What's next?

Questions?      Click  here  for our FAQ page.