MOBILE, Ala. — Mobile apartment complexes in Alabama are facing the challenge of restoring garbage service after a contract dispute between the city and the garbage collection company, according to a lawyer representing the residents. The complexes have been working hard to find a solution to the ongoing problem.
Residents in these mobile apartment complexes have been dealing with garbage piling up for weeks, resulting in unsanitary conditions and unpleasant odors. The lack of proper garbage disposal has created a major inconvenience and health hazard for the residents.
The lawyer representing the residents expressed their frustration with the situation, stating that it is unfair for the residents to suffer the consequences of a contract dispute between the city and the garbage collection company. They argued that the complex owners have been doing their best to address the issue by exploring alternative garbage collection options.
Efforts are underway to resolve the problem as soon as possible. The city has reportedly stepped in to provide temporary dumpsters for residents to use until a permanent solution is found. This temporary solution aims to alleviate some of the difficulties faced by the residents in disposing of their garbage.
The lawyer emphasized the importance of regular and reliable garbage service for the well-being of the residents. They called for swift action from both the city and the garbage collection company to resolve the contract dispute and restore regular garbage service.
In the meantime, the residents are in a state of frustration with the ongoing garbage issue. They have been working together to manage the situation, but the lack of an adequate garbage disposal system continues to pose challenges.
Mobile apartment complexes in Alabama are currently struggling to restore garbage service due to a contract dispute between the city and the garbage collection company. Residents have been dealing with mounting garbage and unsanitary conditions as a result. Temporary dumpsters have been provided by the city, but a permanent solution is yet to be found. The lawyer representing the residents has called for urgent action to resolve the contract dispute and restore regular garbage service.