The City of Weyauwega Water and Sewer Utility has filed an application with the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin (PSCW) to increase water rates. The increase is necessary due to a 9.68 percent increase in gross plant investment and a 26.84 percent increase in operating expenses since the last water rate case was completed in 2011.
A telephonic public hearing on the application has been scheduled for Friday, April 13, 2018, at 12:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers at Weyauwega City Hall. Scheduling questions regarding this hearing may be directed to the PSCW at (608) 266-3766.
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Advanced Disposal, our solid waste contractor, does accept bulk items such as furniture and mattresses by calling 920-685-0771.
Collection will continue to be on Tuesdays with Advanced Disposal. Please note, garbage and recycling will be picked up Wednesday, December 27th (without carts), due to the holiday, then Wednesday, January 3rd garbage and recycling will be picked up again (with carts), due to the holiday, by the new contractor. Tuesday service will resume after these two weeks with the next recycling date on January 16th.
Details such as where and when bulk pickup will be done are still being negotiated. Please check back on the web site, our Facebook page, or our Twitter account for any new information.
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Garbage collection will remain on Tuesdays with every other Tuesday for recycling collection. Please note, recycling pickup (without carts) from the current contractor will be Wednesday, December 27, due to the holiday. Recycling will again be picked up the following week (in carts), Wednesday, January 3, due to the holiday, by the new contractor. Regular Tuesday pickup will follow with the next recycling date being January 16.
Negotiations for bulk garbage and further details are ongoing. Please watch for updates on the web site and on the city's Facebook and Twitter pages.