On Monday, Waste Pro appeared before the Lincoln, Miss., County Board of Supervisors to respond to complaints of missed stops on collection routes. This meeting followed a meeting that took place on February 21, where the reoccurring issue was first addressed.
During the meeting, Waste Pro supervisors did not explain why some houses were still being missed on regular waste pickup routes, but they did claim that drivers rarely have access to internet and GPS while out on country roads.
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Waste Pro representatives appeared before the Lincoln County Board of Supervisors again Monday to answer complaints of missed stops on county routes.
Supervisors had asked top management to attend the Feb. 21 meeting to address recurring issues concerning trash not being picked up adequately. A lower-level manager, Chris Jones, was sent in their place.
Jones addressed some issues, but problems did not go away, and the supervisors wanted answers from someone higher up in the company. Waste Pro site manager John Gibson, a Lincoln County resident, appeared before the board Monday morning. He brought along Marvin Kelch, a Waste Pro division manager.