An investigation found Recology over-billed SF customers by almost $100 million. We asked residents how they feel about the trash company.
San Francisco’s top environment official Debbie Raphael resigned Thursday while she is under investigation for soliciting a $25,000 donation from Recology at the same time she was preparing to award the trash-hauling giant a lucrative contract.
The donation from the trash-hauling giant is now being examined as part of an anti-corruption investigation by the city.
Plus, amendment to small business permitting helps clear path for acupuncturists and chiropractors to open up shop.
San Francisco trash-hauling giant Recology spent nearly $500,000 trying to influence City Hall officials last year after a corruption scandal forced the firm to admit to overcharging customers an astonishing amount and put its decades-old monopoly on local garbage at risk.