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NOTICE

010067984 July 8

PUBLIC NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS OF
WALLS SANITATION, INC.
Pursuant to a Commission Order issued from the West Virginia Public Service
Commission in Case No. 15-0918-MC-PC, RGL, Inc., d/b/a Mountain State Waste, shall be
serving the customers of Walls Sanitation, Inc., under an Emergency Temporary Operating
Agreement approved by the Commission per the above Order. Mountain State Waste is required
by the terms of the above Order to charge the same Tariff Rates and Charges as authorized by the
Public Service Commission for Walls Sanitation, Inc. In addition, further proceedings will be
held before the Commission to determine the entity to ultimately serve the Certificated Territory.
The territory to be served by Mountain State Waste is hereinafter described in P.S.C. M.C.
Certificate F-7345 and P.S.C. M.C. Certificate F-7393
P.S.C. M.C. CERTIFICATE F-7345
to operate as a common carrier by motor vehicle in the transportation of solid waste from the following points and places in Monongalia and Wetzel Counties –

(1) the transportation of solid waste from those points and places in Monongalia County that are located within a radius of eight (8) miles of the intersection between Monongalia County Routes 37/5 and 41, subject to the following exclusions: (a) excluding the transportation of solid waste from those points and places in Monongalia County that are located to the east and south of the Monongahela River; (b) further excluding the transportation of solid waste from those points and places in Monongalia County that are located within the corporate limits of the Towns of Blacksville and Granvile and the City of Westover; and (c) further excluding the transportation of solid waste from those points and places in Monongalia County, that are located within a radius of one (1) mile of any point or points along one or more of the following routes or route segments: W.Va. Route 100, and Monongalia County Routes 24, 26, 28/1, 29/3, 35, 35/1, 37/5, and 51 and that segment of Monongalia County Route 37 that is located to the north of its intersection with Monongalia County Route 26;

(2) notwithstanding the exclusions set forth in the foregoing paragraph, the transportation of solid waste in commercial service under the container system from those points and places in Monongalia County that are located within a radius of 10.5 miles of the intersection between Monongalia County Routes 27 and 29, subject to the following exclusions: (a) excluding the transportation of solid waste from those points and places in Monongalia County that are located within the territory enclosed by the southernmost quadrant of the circular area defined by such intersection and such radius, said quadrant being bounded on one side by a line running S. 45* W. from said intersection and on the other side by a line running S. 45* E. from that intersection, and (b) further excluding the transportation of solid waste from all public elementary school facilities in Monongalia County that are located within a radius of 1.5 miles of the intersection between W.Va. Route 7 and Monongalia County Route 37; and

(3) the transportation of solid waste from those point and places in Wetzel County that are located to the east of 80*41 West longitude (said longitudinal line running through or next to the intersection between W.Va. Route 7 and Wetzel County Route 7/20), subject to the following exclusions: (a) excluding those points and places in Wetzel County that are located to the south of 39*35′ North latitude (said latitudinal line running just south of the intersection between Wetzel County Routes 19 and 19/1); (b) further excluding the transportation of solid waste from those points and places in Wetzel County that are located within a radius of five (5) miles of the intersection between Wetzel County Routes 1/7 and 89; and (c) further excluding the transportation of solid waste from those points and places in Wetzel County that are located within a radius of one (1) mile of one or more of the following routes: Wetzel County Routes 15, 19, and 40, — to places of disposal.

P.S.C. M.C. CERTIFICATE NO. F-7393
authorizing operation as a common carrier by motor vehicle in the transportation of solid waste from those points and places in Monongalia County that are located within a radius of three (3) miles of the point at which Monongalia County Route 39 touches the Pennsylvania-West Virginia state line, subject to the following exclusions — (a) excluding the transportation of solid waste from those points and places in Monongalia County that are located within a radius of 0.3 mile of any point or points along W.Va. Route 7, (b) further excluding the transportation of solid waste from those points and places in Monongalia County that are located to the south of W.Va. Route 7, (c) further excluding the transportation of solid waste from those points and places in Monongalia County that are located within a radius of one (1) mile of the intersection between W.Va. Route 7 and Monongalia County Route 37, (d) further excluding the transportation of solid waste from those points and places in Monongalia County that are located within a radius of five (5) miles of the intersection between W.Va. Routes 7 and 705, (e) further excluding the transportation of solid waste from those points and places in Monongalia County that are located to the east of U.S. Route 19, and (f) further excluding the transportation of solid waste in commercial service through the use of roll off containers from points and places in Monongalia County — to places of disposal.

RGL, INC., D/B/A MOUNTAIN
STATE WASTE