By: Diane Benjamin
Follow-up to this story: https://wordpress.com/post/blnnews.com/67411
That story has pic from last Friday of brush that was scheduled to be picked up last Tuesday.
This pic is from yesterday, the brush is still there – 8 days after it was supposed to be picked up. It has to be in the street to keep it from killing the grass and allowing homeowners to mow.
If it is there long enough the homeowners can use it for mulch. It might take a year or two though. The snowplows will probably get it before then anyway.
There are a lot fewer employees picking up garbage and brush.
- Has charged you more for less service
- Failed to provide what they promised
- Need to get out of the garbage and brush service