SUMMARY OF PROPOSED ORDINANCE NO. 32
TO BE CONSIDERED FOR ADOPTION BY THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE
GOLDEN HILLS COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT
TITLED: AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF RULES AND
REGULATIONS FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT WITHIN GOLDEN HILLS
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that on September 18, 2014, the Board of Directors of the Golden Hills Community Services District will consider the adoption of proposed Ordinance No. 32: An Ordinance Providing for the Establishment of Rules and Regulations for Waste Management within Golden Hills. If a member of the public would like to comment upon the Ordinance before its adoption they are invited to do so at said meeting, which will take place at 5:30 p.m. at the District Office located at 21415 Reeves Street, Tehachapi,California. Ordinance 32 was formally introduced by motion at a Special Meeting of the Board of Directors that took place at 6:30 p.m., September 10, 2014, at the District Office. The complete text of the Ordinance is posted at the District Office and can be copied for your review.
The proposed Ordinance, which consists of fifteen (15) sections, is generally summarized as and sets forth the following:
The establishment of rules and regulations applicable to waste collection service providers, generators of waste, and self-haulers within Golden Hills governing: the accumulation of waste on private and public property; the burying and burning of waste; the removal of waste from a container by someone other than the container’s owner or a waste collection service provider; the types of waste not suitable for placement in a waste container; the storage of waste; the use of containers to store waste; the placement of containers for pick-up by a waste collection services provider; the collection of waste by a franchised waste collection services provider; the exceptions to a waste service collections franchise;the collection requirements for waste collection services providers; the requirements for future waste collection services franchises; the establishment of maximum collection rates; the penalties for violation of the ordinance; and, the severability of the provisions of the ordinance.
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