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Trash haulers given 90 days to sort out billing

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - Two delinquent commercial haulers have been given a 90-day reprieve as the receiver attempts to resolve billing matters with the companies. TrashCo and Lagu Sanitation face disconnection because they are behind on paying tipping fees.  The receiver was authorized to give notices to delinquent commercial haulers and stop them from depositing trash at the new Layon landfill if they failed to pay.

Both companies filed a motion to intervene with the District Court, but hearings on the requests have been continued.  The receiver and the two companies have three months to resolve billing disputes while keeping their accounts current.

Lagu has also agreed to pay $151,000 of its past due fees.

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