Wednesday, January 18, 2012 at 5:00 am (Updated: January 18, 5:02 am)
SHEPHERDSVILLE - Trash talking at a council meeting. That’s what happened when several residents spoke about concerns over service provided by Eco-Tech for the city of Shepherdsville.
The company has the city’s bid for service and will not expire until later this year.
Barbara Kendall was upset that several of her properties were not receiving pickup service even though the bills are paid.
She was also upset that a dumpster wasn’t emptied because she was told it was “too full.”
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