#GlobalNews: « Pointe-Claire residents frustrated with new garbage collection schedule – Montreal »
The City of Pointe-Claire, in Montreal’s West island, has announced garbage will now be collected on Tuesdays.
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Collection will alternate between zones A (west of Saint-Jean Boulevard and south of Highway 20) and B (east of Saint-Jean Boulevard and north of Highway 20), meaning each area will have pick-up twice a month.
Tuesday, many residents had their recycling out on the wrong day – and they argue the change in schedule does nothing to address bigger problems with the city’s garbage collection.
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Robert Patenaude, who has lived in Pointe-Claire for 15 years, insisted garbage collection was fine until last year when the city started collecting trash every second week.
While he agreed there’s no issue in winter, Patenaude said the city should collect garbage every week during the hot summer months.
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