Wednesday, May 11, 2016

"MORE MORE MORE" bananarama



More, more, more
How do you like it ,how do you like it



WM

This is for unlimited, recycling, yard waste and fall leaf collection combined.

Amounts shown for all 7 years of this contract.

1- 17.99
2- 18.44
3- 18.90
4- 19.37
5- 19.86
6- 20.35
7- 20.86

REPUBLIC

1-17.29
2-17.81
3-18.35
4-18.89
5-19.48
6-20.14
7-20.84

WM BAG

1-2.25
2-2.31
3-2.36
4-2.42
5-2.48
6-2.55
7-2.61

REPUBLIC BAG

1-4.25
2-4.35
3-4.50
4-4.65
5-4.80
6-4.95
7-5.10

Quite a difference  in Low volume bag service.

I guess what amazes me is in seven years we are still cheaper than we are today?

Also without recycling WM is cheaper by the month. (example)  $17.38 WM-
                                                                                                             
$18.13 REPUBLIC

No one claimed this would be easy.


"99 percent of all statistics only tell 49 percent of the story"

RON DELEGGE


"Price ain't merely about numbers. It's a satisfying sacrifice"

TOBA BETA

8 Comments:

At May 11, 2016 at 5:16 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is what happens when John Q Public opens his mouth and opens a can of worms.

 
At May 12, 2016 at 8:08 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Looks like seniors, and low volume users, would be getting a bad deal with Republic. They might as well use a container. Also, anyone know what Republics customer service reputation is like? Any way, I see no reason to change providers. I only see a reason to move away from a city, that forces it`s citizens to pay for anything they may not want or need! I wonder if Painesville will still get free service plus a kick back? Do as I say, not as I do...

 
At May 12, 2016 at 9:47 AM , Anonymous TERM>> said...

8:08 In the end it will be council that makes the final decision. I understand the process but how does something that cost $3.90 in June only cost $2.25 in July? I have let you all know my distain for WM but whatever is in the best interest of ALL resident's also counts.
The city administration should be congratulated for the work that went into this bidding process. No doubt more went into this time than 5 years ago. Who again handled that?
In good faith WM could have thrown resident's a bone two years ago. They choose not too. Might now come back to bite them?

 
At May 12, 2016 at 10:51 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Question, do you know why the family in the headstone controversy is suing the city of Painesville? Painesville had already said they could keep the monument as it is. So why now are they suing? Trying to get a settlement of some kind and profit from this situation?

 
At May 12, 2016 at 3:21 PM , Anonymous TERM>> said...

10:51 I haven't a clue. But once attorney's get involved it's just a matter of time.

Even after the city capitulated to the family wishes seeking a solution now it seems more then headstone is in play.

Painesville has an obligation that a situation like this doesn't occur again.

The hard part is now to determine what on any headstone is "obscene" not as easy as it sounds.

I hope the family intention is honorable and not have anything to do with a financial gain.

His and your wishes were granted. Go in peace.

 
At May 12, 2016 at 3:34 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I see the city now having to defend Swastika. Violent Mexican Gang symbols to name just two.

 
At May 14, 2016 at 10:57 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

waste management's contract is the better of the two that you have shown us. Problem is some of your comments about WM and that $98,000 has poison the water and this administration doesn't want the lowest and best they want this issue to just be forgotten.
I have learned council could give a rat's A## who get's the contract. Just as soon just drop it in the manager's lap. Such conviction

 
At May 14, 2016 at 12:58 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have to think that 10:57 is onto something here.
When the news of the extra $96K "tax" became known, the Administration was likely none too pleased.


 

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