LANCASTER – The Antelope Valley Illegal Dumping Task Force will conduct its regularly scheduled meeting at 2 p.m. Wednesday, June 3, online.
People can also participate by telephone.
The meeting will be at www.webex.com. To log in online, participants must use the event number – 962 425 879 – and the event password – PUtj8BUMM82
To participate by telephone, call 1-408-418-9388 and enter the access code: 962 425 879
Users wishing to view the meeting must utilize a computer, smartphone, or tablet. A headphone/microphone combination is recommended with these devices to hear and verbally participate. Audio-only participation is possible by the dial-in option.
The agenda includes discussion of the possibility of rescheduling a free disposal day at the Lancaster Landfill for residents of unincorporated areas of the Antelope Valley, as well as discussion of extending the free landfill voucher pilot program for unincorporated areas’ residents and property owners. Also scheduled for discussion are collection events for used tires.
To view the agenda in more detail, click here.
For more information, contact AVIDTF Secretary Adriana Ornelas at 626-458-2537 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
9 comments for "AV Illegal Dumping Task Force meeting online June 3"
These illegal dumpers would stop dumping if they knew that they’re lives were in danger of an angry mob. These useless people are part of a herd that needs to be thinned out painfully.
The county should include on the property tax bill the trash service and have the dump open for dumping I believe we wouldn’t have this trash in the desert. The dump would receive their fees and we would be able to dump all our trash the correct way instead of in the desert.
Gov Newsom do something!!!
Get off of TV and do something!!!
I think Kern and San Bernandino do it that way, and both are cleaner in most areas.
Write to the LA County supervisors.
Paul N says
60th and k9 is getting bad. Pat Phy Excavators is dumping plastic tarps, PVC piping and rod iron into the dirt lot. When confronted they state they are permitted by the City of Lancaster to do so and its KP homes property. The city need to do its job and follow up on the permissions they have granted.
Kathryn B. says
Why doesn’t the County of LA fix this desert dumping. State does not control this LA County does.
To little to late
The County needs to clean up , Lancaster is starting to look like a 3rd world country. I was just thinking of bringing a lawsuit against the city for mismanagement of taxpayer dollars, fraud, and breach of fiduciary duty. We pay not only pay for trash service directly, but we are taxed to cover this type of clean up. Why is the city full of litter? Clean it up!
Ted R says
Until the County of LA requires trash service by all residents this group is a joke. County residents are the dumpers.
Bill Gray says
You mean LA County does not require residents to pay for trash service? The task force should just be the County as they are the problen. It’s also not fair as I am required to have trash service in Palmdale.