Government owns right to collect

Shanoff, Barry
January 1999
World Wastes;Jan1999, Vol. 42 Issue 1, p112
Trade Publication
Discusses the lawsuit that Bennett Electric Co. filed against the Village of Miami Shores over the ordinance requiring residents and businesses to deal exclusively with a municipally operated waste collection system. Reason Judge Federico Moreno dismissed the case; What the judge found regarding the village's takeover of collection services and its exclusion of private haulers.


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