Lawyer makes extensive records request on eve of proposed changes to garbage ordinance

Whenever Republic Services has an item on the Clark County Commission's agenda, controversy ensues.

The garbage monopoly has these 100-year agreements (I think I have the length correct), and now the county appears poised to grant the company the ability to eliminate a day of trash pickup as it ramps up its recycling program.

This has sparked the ire of one of the better attorneys in Las Vegas, Todd Bice, who has made an unusually extensive records request of the county, which I have attached here. It is quite the read.

Bice does not identify a client he is representing in this issue -- I have emailed him to see what he is up to -- but he has represented ex-garbage czar Steve Kalish.