Letter to the editor: Fewer trucks is good

Posted 6/3/20

 

I support the proposal for the City of Arvada to adopt a single-stream waste hauling system.

Fewer heavy trash trucks on our streets will reduce the wear and tear on our roads, saving …

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Letter to the editor: Fewer trucks is good

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I support the proposal for the City of Arvada to adopt a single-stream waste hauling system.
Fewer heavy trash trucks on our streets will reduce the wear and tear on our roads, saving money for every taxpayer. 
And, with all of the development west of Indiana Street, reducing the volume of trash truck traffic should help reduce noise and pollution along major east-west streets. 
The proposal offers other benefits, too, like recycling for all Arvada residents. But for me, the biggest benefits are less wear and tear on our streets, less noise and less pollution.
I urge Arvada City Council to approve the proposal.
David Wagman,
Arvada

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