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CleanScapes ends dispute with city of Bellevue
CleanScapes, which had the low bid on a new seven-year contract, has ended its dispute with the city of Bellevue. The company had considered seeking a court injunction to prevent Bellevue from signing a contract with Republic Services, which now holds the contract with the city.
In a press release, CleanScapes said that it “respects the right of all cities to make the decisions that they feel are in the best interest of their constituencies. Our expectation is simply that government procurement processes and decision-making be clear, fair and transparent.”
CleanScapes’s proposed contract would charge about $2.70 a month less to the average customer than Republic’s. However, the Bellevue City Council selected Republic, saying it wanted to continue the stability it has had with the current provider.