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We are also closely following our responsibilities as outlined in our exclusive franchise agreement," Banasiak wrote. Despite the chaos, one thing is for certain: A new trash delivery service will begin in Santa Rosa County on Jan. However, we also are running a business with more than 4, employees and frankly, we have our limits.

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Facebook Twitter. Waste Pro said in its letter to the county that its cart delivery has also been challenging, but the company failed to answer follow-up questions from the News Journal.

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The county argued it didn't need an ordinance and denied Adams a permit, but ultimately granted Adams its permit after a quasi-judicial hearing in November, violating its own exclusive contract with Waste Pro. Commissioners fired their board attorney, Roy Andrews, just a few weeks after the hearing, claiming they weren't fully aware of what they were doing or what the decision meant for their contract. Adams s up 6, houses, Waste Pro says 'we have our limits' as Jan. Annie Blanks Pensacola News Journal.

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Looking for more news from Santa Rosa County? Armed with its new permit, Adams has moved full steam ahead to establish a footprint in Santa Rosa County, hiring a handful of truck operators and customer service representatives and distributing garbage carts to its new customers.

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The new Waste Pro and Adams services are both slated to begin Jan. ECUA announced its intention to end its contract with the county earlier this year, and the county granted an exclusive no-bid franchise agreement with Waste Pro in July to service all of unincorporated Santa Rosa County starting in But contract chaos erupted in October when Adams Sanitation, owned by lawyer and Okaloosa County Commissioner Nathan Boyles, challenged the legality of the franchise agreement by saying the county didn't have an ordinance establishing a franchise in the central and north ends of the county.

Less than a week before new trash service is slated to begin across Santa Rosa County, newcomer Adams Sanitation says it has ed up 6, households while Waste Pro is slamming the county for reneging on its exclusive franchise agreement.