Stirling Council Propose Big Changes to Waste Services
The Council agenda for the 30th June 2020 meeting proposes some significant changes to the waste service.
Council Agenda available here: http://minutes.stirling.gov.uk/PDFs/Scouncil/Agendas/CouncilAgenda.pdf
Item 11 — Starting page 134
Council is asked to approve:
the diamond bin replacement project be funded from service efficiencies outlined in this report;
an extension of collection frequencies on both residual (grey) and recycling (blue) bins from two-weekly to four-weekly;
the removal of glass collection services; and
the introduction of a chargeable garden waste service.
Please note that the first the Conservative group saw of these proposals was when agenda was released. To our knowledge there has been no consultation with all 23 councillors and more importantly no consultation with all of the Stirling Council communities.
The paper implies that garden waste would be charged at £35 per annum and per brown bin.
Some people you may wish to contact about this:
Details of Convener(s), Vice Convener(s), Portfolio Holder and Depute Portfolio Holder consulted on this report:
Councillor Jim Thomson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Councillor Danny Gibson <email@example.com>
Stirling Observer — <News@stirlingobserver.co.uk>
Stirling Council Complaints Form — https://www.stirling.gov.uk/contact-us/council-democracy/complaints-comments/complaints-contact-form/
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