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Public Notice of Hearing on Proposed Fee Increase, County Transfer Stations, Area No. 1

PUBLIC NOTICE OF A PROPOSITION 13 PUBLIC HEARING ON A PROPOSED FEE INCREASE FOR DISPOSAL OF SOLID WASTE AT COUNTY TRANSFER STATIONS IN FRANCHISE AREA No. 1

SUPERVISORS BOARD ROOM IN THE PLUMAS COUNTY COURTHOUSE

11:00 A.M., JUNE 6, 2023

As required annually by the 2017 Franchise Contract between the County and USA Waste of California, Inc., dba Feather River Disposal (FRD), a resolution is being considered to amend the rates for solid waste collection and disposal within the unincorporated portion of Plumas County served by Feather River Disposal (Solid Waste Franchise Area No. 1). The calculated rate increase (9.08%) is determined per the terms and conditions of the 2017 Franchise Contract for residential and commercial customers self-hauling solid waste to Plumas County transfer stations operated by the franchise contractor USA Waste of California, Inc., dba Feather River Disposal (FRD) serving Franchise Area No. 1.

If adopted, the resolution will amend the existing solid waste fee schedule to increase the solid waste collection and disposal fees for residential and commercial customers self-hauling solid waste to Plumas County transfer stations located in Quincy, Greenville, Chester and Laporte by (9.08%) beginning on July 1, 2023. These rate changes apply to the area serviced by Feather River Disposal only, not InterMountain Disposal. A proposed fee schedule is available on the County website (see below).

The proposed fee schedule is available for view on the internet at:

https://www.plumascounty.us/2616/Public-Documents

Pursuant to California Proposition 13, if you wish to file a valid written protest, you must ensure that the following information is included in your protest letter: the street address or Assessor’s Parcel Number (APN) — if you own multiple properties and wish to file a protest for each property, all APNs must be listed — the original signature of the property owner or tenant (person billed for collection services) and a statement of opposition to the proposed fee increase.

If you desire to submit a protest letter, it must be received by the Plumas County Department of Public Works before the date of the Public Hearing on the proposed fee, or delivered at the Public Hearing.

One thought on “Public Notice of Hearing on Proposed Fee Increase, County Transfer Stations, Area No. 1

  • The fees are already high for a poor service. This is ridiculous! There have been times we went without pick up for weeks! Told unable to get to our street even though much larger and heavier fire truck was able.

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