Anyone desiring a permit to bring municipal solid waste into the landfill from outside the City limits should submit an application to the City Manager. The application should contain the following:
The name and address of the applicant.
The trade name under which the applicant does or proposes to do business.
The number of vehicles to be used in said business
Whether or not the applicant has been convicted of the violation of any national, state or municipal law.
Whether or not the applicant or any person with whom he has been associated or employed has a claim or judgement against him or damages resulting from the negligent operation of a vehicle.
The financial ability and responsibility of the applicant; must demonstrate the ability to respond to damages in the event of damage to persons or damage to property by reason of the negligent operation of a vehicle on the streets or public thoroughfares of the city.
The nature and character of the service the applicant proposes to render
The experience he has had in rendering said service
Patrons for whom he proposes to render this service and any other information the City Manager may require.
Applicants will not be issued a permit unless a complete list showing the names of all of his/her customers has been furnished to the city. Any addition or deletion of customers after the permit h as been issued must be promptly reported to the City Manager. Failure to do so will be grounds for revocation of the permit.
The fee for a Private Collector permit is $500 for each vehicle the applicant uses in his/her business. This fee is payable in advance of the permit's issuance and cannot be prorated. Permit holders will also be required to pay a dumping fee of $46.92 per ton and other surcharges as required.