Bryan Latchford

Outreach Coordinator, Environmental Services Division, City of Santa Barbara

Outreach Coordinator, Environmental Services Division, City of Santa Barbara

Bryan Latchford on KCRW

The Tajiguas landfill is quickly running out of space. To address those concerns the City announced it will increase trash and recycling fees starting July 1.

Curbside service for garbage in Santa Barbara gets more expensive

The Tajiguas landfill is quickly running out of space. To address those concerns the City announced it will increase trash and recycling fees starting July 1.

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