Passed 31 to 6 in the Senate on June 23, 2011, to increase from 7 cents to 12 cents the per-cubic yard state “tipping fee” tax imposed on dumping in landfills.
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The vote was 31 in favor, 6 against, and 1 not voting.
(Senate Roll Call 349)
Increase landfill “tipping fee” tax
|Anderson (D)||Bieda (D)||Gleason (D)||Gregory (D)||Hood (D)|
|Hopgood (D)||Hunter (D)||Johnson (D)||Smith (D)||Warren (D)|
|Whitmer (D)||Young (D)|
|Booher (R)||Casperson (R)||Caswell (R)||Colbeck (R)||Emmons (R)|
|Green (R)||Jansen (R)||Jones (R)||Kahn (R)||Kowall (R)|
|Marleau (R)||Meekhof (R)||Moolenaar (R)||Pappageorge (R)||Pavlov (R)|
|Proos (R)||Richardville (R)||Schuitmaker (R)||Walker (R)|
|Brandenburg (R)||Hansen (R)||Hune (R)||Nofs (R)||Robertson (R)|
SENATE LEGISLATORS WHO DID NOT VOTE
SENATE LEGISLATORS ALL VOTES
|Y Anderson (D)||Y Bieda (D)||Y Booher (R)||n Brandenburg (R)||Y Casperson (R)|
|Y Caswell (R)||Y Colbeck (R)||Y Emmons (R)||Y Gleason (D)||Y Green (R)|
|Y Gregory (D)||n Hansen (R)||- Hildenbrand (R)||Y Hood (D)||Y Hopgood (D)|
|n Hune (R)||Y Hunter (D)||Y Jansen (R)||Y Johnson (D)||Y Jones (R)|
|Y Kahn (R)||Y Kowall (R)||Y Marleau (R)||Y Meekhof (R)||Y Moolenaar (R)|
|n Nofs (R)||Y Pappageorge (R)||Y Pavlov (R)||Y Proos (R)||Y Richardville (R)|
|n Robertson (R)||n Rocca (R)||Y Schuitmaker (R)||Y Smith (D)||Y Walker (R)|
|Y Warren (D)||Y Whitmer (D)||Y Young (D)|
Senate Roll Call 349 on 2011 Senate Bill 449
2) Re: 2011 Senate Bill 449 (Increase landfill “tipping fee” tax ) by maddied on November 17, 2011
One good thing about this though is the fact that people will start to reconsider their options before disposing trash, they'll start reduce the amount of trash they dispose, reuse or recycle the old items, I think that's the whole purpose of this tax. And no, our local junk removal La Verne service didn't increase any tax, nothing changed here.
3) Re: 2011 Senate Bill 449 (Increase landfill “tipping fee” tax ) by changeagent on August 26, 2011
Oops. They slipped in a 60% tax increase on garbage dumping. Most of the cost will be borne by businesses who generate higher volumes of trash. Almost no one noticed.
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