County trash collection coming to condo corps

Hundreds of homeowners in Norfolk are about to receive municipal trash collection for the very first time.  After years of lobbying, Norfolk council Tuesday approved two collection methods that will be feasible at 24 of the county’s 33 condominium corporations. The ball gets rolling next week after Norfolk council formally ratifies this week’s resolution.  “This is not, in my opinion, opening a can of worms,” Mayor Charlie Luke said. “The right way is to treat these people as the residents and taxpayers that they are. They are not renters – they are owners.”    Read the article……………


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