Danville Town Council members are set to discuss how much trash-pickup rates should rise next year during their meeting Tuesday (Dec. 17).
The current recommendation would result in increases of 80 cents to $1.70 for single-family residential solid waste and recycling service for 2014 the final year of the existing 10-year franchise agreement. Commercial and debris-box rates would also go up under the proposal.
The council is expected to provide the Central Contra Costa Solid Waste Authority with direction on new Danville garbage rates Tuesday evening.
The regular council meeting is scheduled to begin at 7:30 p.m. inside the Town Meeting Hall on Front Street.
In other business, the council will weigh actions related to the Danville Hotel development project, debating whether to vacate public right-of-way on Hartz Avenue and a public utility easement along the parking area formerly known as Short Street.
Council members will consider introducing an ordinance adopting new building regulations approved at the state level. They will also discuss the 2013 Economic Development Analysis and the proposed Comprehensive Economic Development Plan.
Town staff members will present the annual state and federal legislative update.
The council will receive quarterly reports about the Finance Commission, County Connection and transportation issues. The chair of the Arts Commission and the maintenance services director will also deliver public presentations.
For more meeting information, visit the town website.