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Some Salinas residents could pay more than they thought for waste disposal

The groundbreaking agreement on waste treatment services was undermined this week by the discovery that many Salinas city council members were dissatisfied.

Some apartments with 4 or more units are classified as commercial rather than residential. This means that these residents will pay a 17% increase in waste disposal instead of the 9% increase that Congress envisioned.

This issue was discussed at this week’s council. Mayor Steve Calligan said the issue caught his attention last Thursday and that both he and Republic Services agreed to address the issue.

Similarly, the council said it was surprised at the development and several members were unaware of the issue. Councilor Christie Cromeenes said her staff was responsible for “catastrophic surveillance,” and Councilor Anthony Rocha accepted that responsibility.

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