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2011/12/21 Document - Compliance - Compliance filing on behalf of Allied Waste of Lynnwood from Alex Brenner, RE: interim agreement between Allied Waste fo Lynnwood and Snohomish County. (via email)
2011/11/17 Event - Compliance Company Due Date - 1. Rabanco Ltd., d/b/a Lynnwood Disposal, shall make its next commodity adjustment and next revenue sharing plan effective January 1, 2012, and each January 1 thereafter, and shall file all future commodity adjustments and revenue sharing plans forty-five days prior to the proposed effective date. The filing will also include the amount of revenue it retained, the amount of money it spent on the activities identified in its recycling plan and the effect the activities had on increasing recycling.
2. Rabanco Ltd., d/b/a Lynnwood Disposal, will meet the reporting and all other requirements specified by Snohomish County in its recycling and commodity revenue sharing plan. The plan calls for a reduction in the revenue share retained by Rabanco Ltd., d/b/a Lynnwood Disposal, to 25 percent if it does not meet reporting requirements. The Commission requests that Snohomish County inform the Commission if the Company fails to meet its reporting requirements. Upon receipt of such information, either from Snohomish County or from another source, the Commission, in consultation with the County, shall provide notice to the Company that the revenue sharing is being reconsidered and the Company should demonstrate why its percentage should not be reduced.
3. Revenues retained by Lynnwood Disposal that are not used to increase recycling must be passed on to residential customers, including but not necessarily limited to revenues allocated to undertaking specific tasks or meeting performance goals established in the recycling plan if Lynnwood Disposal do not complete those tasks or meet those performance goals to the satisfaction of the County and the Commission.
2010/12/30 Document - Final Order - Order 03 Order Lifting the Interim Status and Authorizing Permanent Revenue Sharing for Recyclable Commodities Revenue; and Requiring Revenues not Spent During the Current Plan Period be Carried Forward to the Following Plan Period.
2010/12/30 Action - Allowed - Allowed to become effective per the Consent Agenda.
2010/12/30 Event - Open Meeting -
2010/12/21 Document - Replacement Page - Replacment pages on behalf of Rabanco LTD, d/b/a Lynwood Disposal from Alex Brenner. (via e-mail)
2010/12/14 Document - Note to File - Previous Summary: Petition to lift the interim status of revenue sharing and allow the company to retain fifty percent of the revenue received from the sale of recyclable materials. The company provides recyclables collection service in Snohomish County for approximately 16,600 customers.
2010/11/24 Action - Deferred - Commissioner Oshie deferred action on the company's petition to lift the interim status of revenue sharing until the December 30, 2010, open meeting and issue an order authorizing the continuation of the interim status of revenue sharing for recyclable commodities, subject to refund, through December 31, 2010. Commissioner Jones seconded the motion. The motion carried. (3:0)
2010/11/24 Document - Open Meeting Memo - Open Meeting Memo for November 24, 2010, Open Meeting.
2010/11/24 Document - Final Order - Order 02 Order Authorizing Temporary Revenue Sharing for Recyclable Commodities Subject to Refund.
2010/11/24 Event - Open Meeting -
2010/11/15 Action - Re-open - Re-opened per e-mail from Dave Gomez via Sharepoint.
2010/11/15 Document - Note to File - Previous Summary: Revises Tariff No. 4 to increase the monthly recyclable commodity credits paid to single family customers from $0.06 to $0.62 and paid to multi-family customers from $0.07 per yard to $0.14 per yard and from $0.25 per compacted yard to $0.49 per compacted yard. The company also seeks to be allowed to retain fifty percent of the revenue received from the sale of recyclable materials. The company provides recyclables collection service in Snohomish county for approximately 16,000 customers.
2010/11/03 Document - Compliance - Compliance filing on behalf of Rabanco Ltd. (dba Allied Waste of Lynnwood, Lynnwood Disposal, Maltby Division) from Alex Brenner, RE: Petition, Detailed Budget, 2010/2011 Recycling and Commodity Revenue Sharing Plan, and Certification Letter from Snohomish County. (scanned & posted)
2010/11/01 Event - Compliance Company Due Date - RABANCO LTD, dba: LYNNWOOD DISPOSAL will:
1 The Company will work with Snohomish County to devise a budget and petition the Commission by November 1, 2010 to allow the revenue sharing through August 31, 2011 and lift the interim status of revenue sharing by Dec. 1, 2010.
2 The petition is to include:
a. A plan and detailed budget consistent with the County’s Comprehensive Solid Waste Management Plan that shows the amount of revenue it expects to retain
b. The amount of money it plans to spend on activities identified in the Company's recycling plan together with the anticipated effect the activities will have on increasing recycling.
3 The Company will meet reporting and all other requirements specified by the County in its recycling and commodity revenue sharing plan. The plan calls for a reduction in the revenue share retained by the Company to 25 percent if it does not meet reporting requirements. Upon receipt of information that the Company is not meeting the obligations of the plan, the Commission shall provide notice to the Company that the revenue sharing is being reconsidered and the Company should demonstrate why its percentage should not be reduced.
4 Revenues retained and not spent during the previous plan period are to be carried over into the next year, and revenues from this plan period that are not spent are to be carried over to the following year, unless some other treatment is ordered.
2010/10/29 Document - Letter - Letter on behalf of Snohomish County Public Works from Matt Zybas, RE: letter to meet certification requirements in RCW 81.77.185. (scanned & posted)
2010/08/31 Document - Final Order - Order 01 Order Authorizing Revenue Sharing For Recyclable Commodities Revenue Subject to Refund.
2010/08/26 Action - Allowed - Commissioner Oshie moved to moved to take no action allowing the revised commodity credits filed by Waste Management of Washington, Inc. and Rabanco Ltd. (Allied Waste) to go into effect September 1, 2010, by operation of law; Allow revenue sharing to go into effect on an interim basis for three months and subject to refund; Order the companies to work with the counties (King and Snohomish) to devise a budget and subsequently petition the commission to lift the interim status of the revenue sharing would submit the budget and petition and supporting documents to staff within sixty days. The sixty days will commence running on 9/1/10.; Order the inclusion of conditions proposed by the counties; and Order retained monies not spent during the plan period be carried over into the next year or some other treatment as may be ordered by the commission. The motion carried (2:0)
2010/08/26 Event - Open Meeting -
2010/08/13 Document - Replacement Page - Replacment pages on behalf of Rabanco LTD, d/b/a Lynwood Disposal from Alex Brenner. (via e-mail)
2010/08/12 Document - Replacement Page - Replacment pages on behalf of Rabanco LTD, d/b/a Lynwood Disposal from Alex Brenner. (via e-mail)
2010/07/16 Document - Initial Filing - Initial filing on behalf of Rabanco LTD, d/b/a Lynwood Disposal from Alex Brenner. (via e-mail)
2010/07/16 Action - Open -
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