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Garbage Poll results

Which Method of Garbage collection would you prefer?
71.53% Alley Pickup

How often do you currently recycle?
I recycle often – 64.23%
I rarely recycle – 28.47%
I never recycle- 7.3%

How would you like to see the recycling opportunities
expanded in Gull Lake?

I would prefer the current recycle centre be expanded to
provide more recycle opportunities – 42.34%

I would prefer a home based expansion that would allow
for more recycling opportunities in the alley – 31.39 %

I would prefer a home based expansion that would allow
for more recycling opportunities with curbside – 23.36%

I would not wish to see recycling opportunities expanded
in Gull Lake – 2.91%

These results are the combined results of the online poll and
surveys returned to the office from people with no internet access.

“Council will be taking the survey results into consideration as it explores the different options available for Garbage Pickup, and possible expansion of recycling opportunities.” stated Mayor Blake Campbell

Town Council wishes to thank poll participants

Via: The Gull Advance Lake Extra

Garbage Poll results Government GULL LAKE  Town Council Recycling Garbage Pickup

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