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Construction began in February 2016 and on August 22, 2016, ECUA held a grand opening for the MRF.
And so she was considering approaching ECUA about separating the sewer project from the county drainage project.
At a community meeting in late April, ECUA announced that it had obtained additional funding, making it possible to bring sewer to the neighborhood in advance of the drainage project.
ECUA serves more than 75,000 customers in Escambia County and 21,000 in neighboring Santa Rosa County, all of which are offered recycling pickup along with regular waste services.
To preclude a future interruption like this, ECUA decided to bury the new line under Pensacola Bay.
ECUA is not tax supported and depends on customer revenues to operate.
Carlan Consulting Group provided design services to ECUA on the project.
ECUA spokeswoman Nathalie Bowers said they were notified in a letter from Tarpon last week that the new fee for single-stream customers would begin Dec.
Bowers said ECUA is working to find a solution until it can construct its own recycling facility at the Escambia County-owned Perdido Landfill, which is expected to be completed by May.
50 tipping fee, Bowers said Tarpon Paper charges $4 per ton for any residue deemed unrecyclable, making the center too expensive for ECUA to continue using efficiently.
But ECUA board member Larry Walker says the Stephens employee must be either Preston Bynum or Bill Bethea, the only two Stephens representatives to appear before the ECUA.
Stephens said in a prepared statement that it discovered in June that "checks Stephens issued to a consultant working with the employee were applied to repay other Worthen [National] Bank [of Arkansas] loans to the ECUA representative.