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Another Vote Planned for Food Waste Collection in Ukiah, Calif.

The Ukiah City Council will likely be voting again next month on whether to allow city residents to add kitchen scraps to their yard waste bins for composting.

Vice-Mayor Steve Scalmanini, who serves on the two-person ad-hoc committee discussing the future handling of the city’s food waste, said progress is being made toward a proposal that may be considered at the council’s April 15 meeting.

“We had our first meeting with all parties involved (on March 16), which included about 10 people: a couple of representatives from the city’s hauler (Ukiah Waste Solutions), a couple from the longtime composter in Potter Valley (Cold Creek Compost), two representatives from (Mendocino County), and four from the city,” said Scalmanini, describing the discussion as “lively.”

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