Austin Waste Hauler Franchise

1. Outline of Texas Disposal Systems Inc. Opposition to Proposed City of Austin Solid Waste Haulers Franchise Ordinance

2. Fact Sheet - Proposed City of Austin Ordinance to declare the commercial collection and disposal of waste a public utility and
    to franchise all collection of commercial waste within the City of Austin

3. Article XI, Franchises and Public Utilities

4. Proposed Franchise Ordinance

5. Solid Waste Advisory Commission Franchise Fee Ordinance Resolution, Sept. 10, 2008

6. Petition in Intervention of Texas Disposal Systems, Inc.

7. TDS' Justification for Intervening

8. Solid Waste & Recyclables Hauler's Resolution

9. PETITION

10. Current Licensing and Container Fee Ordinance

11. Alternative One - This document is an attempt to incorporate TDS' and Captain Hook's proposed amendments in one document.
     The current license ordinance is the base proposal. This Alternative One would require commercial self-haulers to pay a truck fee
     and a container fee.

12. Alternative Two - This document is an attempt to incorporate TDS' and Captain Hook's proposed amendments in one document.
     The current license ordinance is the base proposal. This Alternative Two would replace the current fee with a fee for each customer.

13. Evaluation of Energy Supply Options for Austin Energy's Long Term Energy Plan

14. Austin Energy seeks public input on city's renewable fuel optionsAustin American-Statesman, Sept. 24, 2008

15. 1993 Franchise Attempt Documents

16. PETITION - oppose and strongly urge the City Council to vote against the proposed Solid Waste Hauler Franchise Ordinance and its fee

17. PROCLAMATION / RESOLUTION - oppose and strongly urge the City Council to vote against the proposed solid waste hauler
      franchise ordinance and its fee

18. Solid Waste & Recyclables Hauler's Resolution - oppose and urge the City Council to oppose City Staff's actions to declare the collection
      of commercial waste and recyclables a public utility and require commercial waste and recyclables haulers to be subjected to a Franchise
      Ordinance regulated under Article XI of the City Charter

19. TDS Petition Campaign Report

20. CIBOLO WASTE, INC., C-6 DISPOSAL SYSTEMS, INC., AMERICAN DISPOSAL COMPANY, ANACONDO DISPOSAL, LLC,
      APACHE DISPOSAL, INC., ABSOLUTE WASTE, GRANDE DISPOSAL COMPANY, FELIX MALDONADO TRUCKING, INC.,
      PRO STAR ROLL OFF DUMPSTERS, OTIS SPENCER d/b/a RIVER CITY DISPOSAL, RIVER CITY WASTE, INC., SOUTH
      TEXAS REFUSE, INC., TEXAS WASTE SYSTEMS, INC., BRENDA MALDONADO TRUCKING, TIGER SANITATION, INC.,
      DRC MATERIALS and CLARK CONTRACTING SERVICES, INC., plaintiffs, vs. City of San Antonio, Defendant, JUDGMENT,
      September 29, 2008