Under current projections, the city estimates it will be paying $5.91 million annually by the 2014-15 fiscal year — $1.63 million more than it currently pays into the fund. Those estimates are based on the assumption that employees will not receive any additional pay raises by the 2015-16 fiscal year.
City could approve waste contracts
Menlo Park's City Council could approve a contract for a waste management company to operate a new regional recycling center at its Sept. 22 meeting.
It could also authorize City Manager Glen Rojas to execute a franchise agreement with Recology Waste (formerly Norcal Waste) to begin waste collection services in Menlo Park in 2011.
The meeting is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. in the council chambers, in the Civic Center complex between Laurel and Alma streets.
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