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File #: 18-054    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Failed
File created: 1/19/2018 In control: Town Council
On agenda: 1/25/2018 Final action:
Title: Consideration of Single Trash Hauler License Agreement with Republic Services and associated resolution.
Sponsors: Town Council
Attachments: 1. Resolution 2018-03 Solid Waste Collection License Agreement, 2. License Agreement 1-19-18 signed, 3. Email Correspondence inadvertently sent to all Council Members via “reply all”_Redacted, 4. PowerPoint Presentation - Single Hauler License Agreement, 5. UPDATED PowerPoint - 012518 Single Hauler Final Final [Read-Only]
TO: Mayor Collins and Town Council Members

FROM: Kevin Burke, Town Manager
Duncan Miller, Town Clerk

DATE: January 25, 2018

DEPARTMENT: Town Manager

Staff Contact Kevin Burke, 480.348.3690

Consideration of Single Trash Hauler License Agreement with Republic Services and associated resolution.

Town Value(s):
? Primarily one-acre, residential community
? Limited government
? Creating a sense of community
? Partnerships with existing schools and resorts to enhance recreational opportunities
? Improving aesthetics/creating a brand
? Preserving natural open space

Mitigating the impacts of multiple trash haulers on neighborhoods creates an improved sense of community.

Council Goals or Statutory Requirements:
Responsiveness to Residents - Identify and consider resident concerns in a timely manner and seek solutions to the best of the Town's ability. Trash - Explore a single hauler solution.

Adopt Resolution 2018-03; single-hauler license agreement

For the past two years, the Town has been examining the impacts associated with multiple trash haulers in Paradise Valley neighborhoods. The Town divided its mitigation work into two tiers. Tier one were legislative changes that maintained multiple haulers but limited collection to two days per week, required new vehicles with less emissions, and required the implementation of technology that reduced noise (such as smart back up alarms and operation at idle hydraulics).

The second tier, and one identified in the March 2017 Council Retreat, was to explore the possibility of a single hauler. The outstanding items to be mitigated included impact to Town streets and economies of scale from a single provider. Both impacts were anticipated to be mitigated by a single trash hauler.

Regarding the impact on Town streets, Council requested information to help quantify the impact particularly from a finan...

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