On Monday March 18th at 7:00PM, the Sutter Creek City Council will decide whether or not to approve 41% in garbage rate increases that ACES Waste Services has requested. Anyone can attend the hearing, and RPA encourages everyone concerned to be there. The meeting will be at the Sutter Creek Community Building, 33 Church Street (next to Minnie Provis Park).
The meeting will be the first time the City Council has ever
considered the increases. The franchise agreement requires ACES to
present an explanation of its costs to the City Council. No such
explanation has been made to the council.
Sutter Creek city residents and property owners were notified of
the rate increases back in January. If the council votes to approve the
rate increases, Sutter
Creek residents will have no say in their rates until 2018. However, the
council may not have a choice in the matter. If the City receives
protests from more
than 50% of the residents and landowners by the end of the hearing, then
they cannot raise garbage rates. Period.
RPA has been flooded with protests to submit at the hearing. If
you own property or are a resident in the city of Sutter Creek, and have
not yet submitted your protest, you can do so up to the closing of the
hearing on Monday evening.
Click here for the protest form.
Please call RPA at 223-0993 and we will arrange to pick up your protest and deliver it to council at the hearing.
We hope to see all of you there!
Download the protest form