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In court ruling, new Thousand Oaks trash collector’s contract remains

A judge has refused for now to rescind a contract between Thousand Oaks and its new trash hauler, Athens Services. Athens begins residential pickups Monday.

A judge has refused to rescind a agreement in between Thousand Oaks and its new trash hauler, Athens Products and services.

Citing the lessen charges it provided, the Thousand Oaks Town Council in March authorised a rewarding 15-yr franchise arrangement with Athens Companies fairly than keeping with Squander Management and E.J. Harrison & Sons, the city’s trash haulers given that 1998.

Athens is scheduled to take over from Squander Administration and Harrison on Saturday, New Year’s Day, with business trash pickups. The company will start residential pickups two days afterwards, on Monday.

Thousand Oaks officials have approximated that the settlement is well worth hundreds of thousands and thousands of bucks, according to Waste Administration, which is headquartered in Houston and operates a landfill exterior Simi Valley.

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