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  • City starts new leaf collection program

    Laguna Beach residents can now place an unlimited amount of leaves next to their green waste cart on trash pick-up days, according to a city news release. The new leaf collection program is part of the city's contract with Waste Management that will run...
  • Mudslinging begins as Delray gets close to election

    Let the mudslinging begin!   With three open seats up for grabs it is no surprise that Delray Beach politics will be heating up exponentially leading to the March 12 election. The first punch, however, was not thrown by a candidate but by resident...
  • Two men, same issues, one position: Mayor

    Delray Beach needs a new mayor, and two men say they're ready for the job. Acting Mayor Tom Carney and former Planing and Zoning Chair Cary Glickstein are vying for the city's highest office in the March 12 election. Both candidates list public...
  • Hollywood man used bribes from government job to furnish home, feds say

    Hollywood man used bribes from government job to furnish home, feds say
    A Hollywood man used his Miami-Dade County government job to obtain more than $13,000 worth of bribes – including a new stove, refrigerator and air conditioning system for his home, federal authorities said. George Brown, 50, was released on...
  • Funny Money: Newlyweds also hitch their investments

    Hey there, newlyweds! If you tied the knot in June, chances are you're settling into married life by now, which includes the chore of combining households. Soon, you will inevitably realize that the two of you have too much stuff and, just as inevitably,...
  • Value of blood tests near Exide recycling plant questioned

    Value of blood tests near Exide recycling plant questioned
    Los Angeles County's plan to offer blood tests for lead poisoning to hundreds of thousands of people in southeast Los Angeles was greeted as a political victory in working-class communities that have long worried about the health effects of emissions from...
  • Kettleman City’s toxic spills

     
    Environmental activists and leaders of this impoverished central California community, outraged by unreported spills of cancer-causing chemicals, are trying to block expansion of a toxic waste dump that is the largest of its kind west of the Mississippi...
  • Firefighters remove remains of 500-ton trash fire in El Cajon

     
    Firefighters early Saturday finished removing the smoldering remains of a 500-ton trash fire at a refuse transfer station Friday night in El Cajon, east of San Diego. Firefighters equipped with masks and breathing apparatus used skip-loaders to scoop up...
  • Waste Management contract approved

    Trash talks between Laguna Beach and Waste Management of Orange County resulted in a contract that guarantees better and less expensive disposal of trash and waste. The City Council approved at the July 16 meeting a $43 million contract geared toward...
  • Logistics of food waste recycling gets in the way

    Some city officials are salivating at the possibility of a food waste diversion plan, but it's not on the table — yet. Under the terms of a new contract approved at the July 16 council meeting, Waste Management is obligated to come up with a plan...
  • Upset about lingering language in trash transfer station legislation [Letter]

    Editor: The Aegis headlines on May 1, 2013 stated "Joppa trash station plan is abandoned" based upon a press conference announcement by the County administration on April 30.   Several Joppa citizens received a letter May 13, 2013 from our County...