Meanwhile in San Francisco: Officials to Replace Garbage Cans for up to $20,000 a Pop
San Francisco’s leadership is prepared to throw a whole lot of money in the trash to replace the city’s garbage cans.
In an attempt to ward off trash scavengers, officials are considering shelling out money on “high-tech” garbage cans that could cost $12,000-$20,000 each. The city has 3,000 garbage cans in public places. On the bright side, they estimate the cans will cost “only” $2,000-$3,000 each to replace if they’re mass produced (then again, government cost estimates are almost always understated).
They say they hope the rest of the world comes to their city and models their trash cans after theirs (yes, really).
It must be terrible being a taxpayer in San Francisco – but they all voted for it.
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