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In November of 2019 more than 20,000 registered voters voted against the current City trash plan.  Despite admitting then that its organized trash collection system was unfairly priced, burdensome for many residents, and promising to fix it, the City has done nothing.

We remain committed to finding a solution to the City's inequitable trash plan. We will continue to engage our supporters when opportunities for change present themselves. 

This year's city election presents such an opportunity.
There are 8 candidates running for the office of mayor.  One of those candidates agrees that the City's trash plan should be modified to allow residents to opt-out and share carts:  Bill Hosko.

If you have not already voted, please consider voting for Bill Hosko for mayor of St. Paul. If you are committed to another candidate, please consider ranking Bill Hosko as your number 2 choice.

Visit Bill Hosko's campaign website:

Most important:
  Vote on Tuesday, November 2, 2021

For voter information, visit: St. Paul 2021 Election

Thank you for your continued support!


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