City of Marinette
Board of Public Works
Policy No. BPW 2.0001

Subject: City of Marinette Dump Usage Policy
Adopted: 01/09/07
Revised: 09/02/08
Revised: 09/22/08
Revised: 04/04/12

Signature: _____________________________
John Marx, Board President
Attest: _____________________________
James M. Anderson, City Clerk

WHEREAS, the City of Marinette wishes to implement a city-wide policy regarding usage of the City Dump; and

WHEREAS, the City of Marinette wishes to restrict usage of the City Dump to its own residents at a reasonable fee to help offset its own tipping fees for the disposal of waste;

NOW THEREFORE, the City of Marinette Board of Public Works adopts the following policy:

1. Only City of Marinette residents are allowed access to the City Dump. City of Marinette residents shall obtain a City Services Card to make use of the City Dump;

2. The City Services Card shall be obtained from the Civic Center. Residents must present a valid Wisconsin Drivers License or picture ID showing their current address to obtain the City Services Card;

3. City Services Card holders may drop-off yard waste materials or take compost at no charge;

4. City Services Card holders are required to pay fees according to the fee schedule in MMC 9.1302 ;

5. Contractors are prohibited from using the City Dump;

6. Business owners, tax exempt organizations and government agencies are prohibited from using the City Dump;

7. Landlords are prohibited from using the City Dump;

8. The City of Marinette will allow issuance of limited 30-day duration "Courtesy" City Services Card for individuals who have provided documentation to the Department of Public Works that they are either power of attorney, legal guardian or conservator for a resident who no longer is physically and/or mentally able to maintain their properties or utilize the dumpsite on their own, or for Personal Representatives of the Estate of individuals who were residents of the City of Marinette at the time of their death. If there is no Personal Representative appointed for the decedent, immediate family members of the decedent may be issued a “Courtesy” City Services Card. Extensions of the 30-day time period may be granted in the discretion of the Director of the Department of Public Works upon a showing of good cause.

9. Dump site shall be open Wednesdays from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm: Beginning Wednesday, April 19th 2017. Dump site shall be open seasonally every Saturday from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm. Dump site may be closed for weather or other emergency situations.

10. Only residents of the City of Marinette may obtain a City Services Card, and these residents who hold a valid City Services Card may only utilize the City Dump to dispose of waste originated from their primary residence which they own or lease.

11. Residents with a City Services card may not utilize the dump to dispose of solid waste from other persons or business entities.

12. Beginning Monday, April 17th: A yard waste and brush drop off site will be available 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. This will be at the City of Marinette Garage, 2411 Cleveland Ave. NO OTHER ITEMS WILL BE ALLOWED AT THIS SITE. CAMERAS WILL BE IN USE AT THIS SITE AND VIOLATORS WILL BE PROSECUTED!

13. Note that the City and Waste Management will now except #’s 3-7 plastics, along with the current #1 & 2 plastics

14. Goodwill of Marinette is currently accepting computers & electronics for FREE! TV’S ARE NOT ACCEPTED!

15. Florescent light bulbs containing mercury are accepted at the Marinette Wastewater Utility, 501 Water St. Monday –Friday, 7:30AM – 2:30PM

16. IT IS ILLEGAL TO DEPOSIT GRASS & LEAVES INTO CITY STREETS & GUTTERS. This includes the blowing of grass or leaves with a lawnmower or leave blower. City Ordnance 8>0112(a). This debris plugs the city storm sewers, causing flooding issues during rain events

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