NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT on Tuesday, January 14, 2020, at the regular meeting of the Board of Directors of the Rodeo Sanitary District, beginning at 6:00 p.m. in the Board Room of the John Swett Unified School District Office, 400 Parker Ave., Rodeo, California, 94572, the Board will hold a public hearing as further described below.
Public Hearing will be to consider the adoption of Resolution No. 2020-01 directing that delinquent solid waste collection charges be collected by placing liens upon the properties that received the collection services and on the County’s property tax roll. A list of delinquent accounts, if any, will be filed with the District and will available for examination during regular business hours at the office of the District Administrative Assistant, 800 San Pablo Ave., Rodeo, California, 94572, upon reasonable request. At this Public Hearing, the Board will hear and consider all protests and objections to said proposed resolution, which protest or objections may be submitted in writing prior to the Public Hearing, or oral or written presentations may be made for consideration at the time of the Public Hearing.
NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that in addition to solid waste service charges the District has also elected to collect delinquent sewer service charges on the County’s property tax roll and a lien recorded against the property. A list of delinquent accounts, if any, will be filed with the District and available for examination at the office of the District Secretary upon reasonable request.
Nancy R. Lefebvre
Rodeo Sanitary District
Contra Costa County, California
Publish January 2, 2020 & January 9, 2020
Holiday Season Reminder
Please recycle turkey fryer oil and cooking grease,
and avoid pain in the drain!
Cooking fats, oil and grease constrict and block household drains. They can also block sanitary sewer mainlines which cause sanitary sewer overflows. Recycling helps to prevent raw sewage backups into your home, our streets and the Bay. Visit baywise.org for grease recycling locations and see our FOG Control page for more information. Posters and stickers are available at our Administration Building.
Wipes Clog Pipes
Single-use wet wipes have gained popularity in recent years. Many of these products are marketed as flushable, but often times are not compatible with sewer systems and infrastructure. Other products are not intended to be flushed but end up being improperly disposed of in the toilet. Flushing these products presents an increasing problem for property owners, sewer systems, and ratepayers, since wipes often do not break down after being flushed. Wipes can catch on tree roots and accumulate with fats, oils and grease and become large obstructions in the pipes. Further down the line, they weave together and create giant rags which get stuck in pumps, collection systems, and motors, causing backups and equipment failures. This problem is experienced across the state, country, and worldwide as disposable wet wipe products become more widely available.
View the Consumer Reports video report: Are Flushable Wipes Flushable?
Underground Service Alert
Call 811 before you dig!
USA North (Underground Service Alert) is a free notification service for homeowners and contractors who are going to perform any kind of excavation. By calling USA North you can find out if there are underground utilities at your site before you dig. Legislation in California makes it mandatory to call at least two days before digging.
Republic Services, the solid waste hauler for Rodeo Sanitary District, wants to remind you that you may schedule two free cleanups per year at any time. You can discard up to two cubic yards of extra trash (either bagged or bundled). For more information or to schedule a cleanup, call 510-262-7100.