Cary Scarborough, owner of a local sanitation business, previously asked the Commission not to grant a monopoly on waste collection. He was quoted in today's VDT article, and he has elaborated on his company's facebook page.
To the Commission, 13 November 2012:
In the VDT:
“I have not been told by the County that what I'm doing is illegal,” Scarborough said. “But I realize they've drawn up an ordinance, and they're probably going to say that it's illegal. If they come after me, I guess they have to come after me.”
Scarborough believes that if the citizens aren't required to contract with Advanced Disposal, they are then allowed to choose.
“If the citizens can choose, why can't they choose me?” he said.
On Deep South Sanitation's public facebook page:
"REGARDING THE ISSUE OF THE TRASH ORDINANCE IN LOWNDES COUNTY"