Norfolk council members see problems ahead with condo trash collection

Be careful what you wish for.  That was the parting advice from Norfolk council last week when it agreed to provide municipal trash and recycling collection at condominium townhouse developments.  Like many municipalities, Norfolk has refrained from collecting waste at condominium corporations because they are on private property. The county also has a per-stop bag limit that has prevented residents of condominium corporations from putting their garbage curbside.  That’s about to change. Some on Norfolk council fear the change will not be for the better.    Read the article…………..


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