Wildomar authorizes waste rate increase, approves mandatory spay, neuter city code

The Wildomar City Council authorized a rate increase for waste management collection services that helps the city avoid costly fines from the State of California Wednesday, Aug. 14, as well as approved a new city code making it mandatory for residents to spay, neuter and microchip their pets.During the public hearing portion of the meeting, the council weighed an authorization that would result in a rate increase of about $8 per month for waste management collection services that will now include green waste, refuse and recycling cans throughout the city.“This rate adjustment is in accordance with the contractually required rate adjustment as set forth in the franchise agreement and the city council adoption on June 2019 of a fourth amendment to the franchise agreement implementi
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