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Sarasota News Leader October 4, 2013 Page 94 Siesta Seen RECYCLING however: "When you call the number that the county provides for [the company], you get the call center, and unless you've got an account number [for the specific area about which you are inquiring], you can't get too much information." Siesta Key Association (SKA) Vice President Michael Shay reported to members of the Siesta Key Village Association (SKVA) on Oct. 1 that he felt Waste Management would be the logical company to handle recycling in Siesta Once armed with the account number for the Village. Village, he continued, "I can have a meanWaste Management already collects the gar- ingful discussion [with Waste Management bage, he pointed out, and "if we go ahead with representatives]." the recycling, your garbage pickup is going to Mark Smith, who supervises the Siesta Village be lessened." upkeep on behalf of the Siesta Key Village Shay has been the person in charge of the Maintenance Corp., told Shay he was meeting the recycling initiative for Siesta Village, at SKVA next day with the firm that handles the upkeep President Cheryl Gaddie's request. and would get that account number for him. He did point out one problem he has had try- Shay added that he hoped to have more inforing to communicate with Waste Management, mation before the November SKVA meeting. Dave Magee, Siesta Key Village Association Vice President Kay Kouvatsos and President Cheryl Gaddie listen to a presentation on Oct. 1. Photo by Rachel Hackney

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