cur-mud-geon: anyone who hates hypocrisy and pretense and has the temerity to say so; anyone with the habit of pointing out unpleasant facts in an engaging and humorous manner
I blogged some time ago about the process through which
While that debate sparked some controversy, the citizens adapted very quickly. There was some angst over the additional room the larger containers required, but that seemed to abate very quickly. I find myself thinking about our garage and where larger collection containers might find a home; I suspect there would be some concern as we worked out the “new” spatial configuration, but I also think we’d manage to work through it.
Change, no matter how small or how well-thought, always seems to bring some concern. If
Frankly, I’d probably come down on the side of going to bi-weekly collection of both garbage and recyclables if the containers would end the loose garbage that litters our neighborhoods when people do not pay attention to loosely piled objects that get picked up and scattered by the wind. Those containers would also help in the process of ridding the neighborhoods of raccoons and other scavengers that tear into plastic bags that smell of poultry trimmings and food scraps.
This subject is scheduled to again find its way onto the agenda of the June 7th Board meeting if you are interested in making your views known.