NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – City Council members from all five boroughs are vowing to stop a Bloomberg administration plan to charge non-profits for garbage pickup.
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Council member David Greenfield says it’s just the beginning.
“This is a line in the sand. The bottom line is that if we see a non-profit trash tax, I promise you the next thing the city is coming for is your residences,” said Greenfield.READ MORE: NYPD: Good Samaritan Killed, 3 Hurt In Stabbing Linked To Illegal Brooklyn Gambling Den
Says Greenfield, this is how it all begins.
“They’re gonna say ‘Okay, we can make a quick buck off the non-profits.’ They’re gonna ‘Great. We made $17 million.’ The next thing you know the city of New York is gonna come and they’re gonna say ‘Hey. We’re gonna start charging you $10 for every single container of garbage that you wanna throw out,” he said, adding that this has to be stopped here, calling this a line in the sand.MORE NEWS: Nassau County Executive Laura Curran Exposed To Positive COVID-19 Case, Will Quarantine
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