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Waste Connections is anticipating extra volume and has planned accordingly. Residents should place extra bags of trash next to their carts when they put them at the curb. Waste Connections plans to have the backlog from the storm cleared by Saturday, February 27 and will resume normal service on Monday, March 1. Waste Connections understands the inconvenience that the weather-related delays created for the families [...]
This is to confirm that due to dangerous weather and poor road conditions the trash services will not be operating on Monday, 2/15/2021. Based on the current forecasts it is highly unlikely that trash service will be operating on Tuesday, 2/16/2021, and possibly Wednesday, 2/17/2021. Based on weather reports it is possible that trash operations may not be back to normal operations until Friday, 2/19/2021, [...]
With the current weather forecast from the National Weather Service we are anticipating dangerous road conditions on Monday and Tuesday, that will prevent the trash provider from safely operating in neighborhoods to pick up garbage and recycling. Operations are expected as follows: Friday: Normal operations are expected. Saturday: Normal commercial operations are expected to end around noon. Additional roll-off boxes will be provided to hospitals [...]
McKinney Municipal Utility District No. 1 (“MUD 1”) was created to provide water, sewer and drainage facilities and roads within its boundaries. For more information on the MUD 1, please reference the 4-part article on our website at: https://www.mckinneymud1.com/general/what-is-a-mud/. Pursuant to the terms of the Trinity Falls Holdings, LP (the “Developer”) Development Agreement between the Developer and the City of McKinney, the Developer is required [...]
At the January 7, 2020 meeting the Board of Directors for McKinney MUD 1 voted to adopt a $5,000 disabled or over-65 tax exemption. Per the resolution, for the 2020 tax year, the District will exempt from ad valorem taxation by the District $5,000 of the appraised value of residence homesteads of individuals who are disabled or are sixty-five years (65) of age or older. [...]
At the March 6, 2019 meeting the Board of Directors for McKinney MUD 1 voted to adopt a $5,000 disabled or over-65 tax exemption. Per the resolution, for the 2019 tax year, the District will exempt from ad valorem taxation by the District $5,000 of the appraised value of residence homesteads of individuals who are disabled or are sixty-five years (65) of age or older. [...]
In the Know - Parts 1-4 A resident of McKinney MUD 1 has written 4 articles describing what a Municipal Utility District (MUD) is and how they operate. In the Know - Segment 1 - General MUD Information In the Know - Segment 2 - How Do MUDs Work? In the Know - Segment 3 - MUD Taxes In the Know - Segment 4 - [...]