Path to new Paradise Valley trash rules muddled

The Town of Paradise Valley appears to be in a quandary over whether or not to enter into a contract with a single trash hauler municipality wide. The Town of Paradise Valley has for several years been discussing its unique situation in which residents had the option of choosing between one of five trash haulers. […]

Paradise Valley officials prepare to solicit single-hauler trash proposal

Paradise Valley Town Council, in one way or another, have been talking trash for nearly 20 years, but the culmination of those talks appears to be turning a corner, as elected officials are ready to move forward with a formal bid process that breaks away from historical stance of how trash is collected within town limits. During a June 8 study session, the town council took its final read over a request-for-proposal to be submitted for local trash haulers to bid on the service of approximately 5,600 homes.

Paradise Valley Town Council passes trash ordinance amendment

Paradise Valley Town Council has approved changes to its rules on when trash and recycling can be picked up at local homes and the kinds of trucks that can provide that service within town limits. The new rules passed by a 4 to 3 vote with Mayor Michael Collins and councilmembers Jerry Bien-Willner, David Sherf and Mark Stanton voting in the affirmative , while members Paul Dembow, Mary Hamway and Maria Syms dissented.