Restriction councilor Joel Garganera thought it amusing that Osmeña had condemned his ancestor on a similar issue.
"We can see amid 2015 and 2016 the civic chairman blaming previous city hall leader Mike Rama that the refuse spending plan the last appropriated for its transfer was strange and, as per Osmeña, this was the wellspring of defilement. Our spending at that point was P157 million," Garganera said in Cebuano.
This year, the City put aside P590.5 million to school trash.
In 2017, Osmeña burned through P405 million utilizing a supplemental spending plan despite the fact that just P231.1 million was distributed for this reason in the yearly spending plan.
In 2018, the financial plan for rubbish gathering for the whole year was P459.6 million yet this swelled to P509.6 million utilizing another supplemental spending plan.
Garganera said he verified the subtleties from the City Accounting Office.
As per the councilor, the city was commonly perfect in the last piece of 2015 and in the early piece of 2016 despite the fact that the financial plan for trash accumulation was relative little contrasted with what the City has been spending from that point forward.
"It is safe to say that we are fulfilled and placated with our rubbish administration, that gathering it has gotten increasingly costly while our lanes have gotten dirtier all the while? Osmeña in those days said what we were doing was abnormal. However at this point, the financial plan for waste gathering has expanded multiple occasions. This is irregular multiple times," Garganera said in Cebuano.
Superbalita Cebu attempted to call and content the city hall leader for his side on the issue, yet without much of any result.
John Paul Gelasque, leader of the Department of Public Services (DPS), conceded that the financial plan for waste gathering had become yet simply because the framework for its transfer had changed.
Osmeña did not pursue Rama's framework which the previous had depicted as strange and unlawful since the immediate transfer of the city's rubbish in a private landfill in Consolacion did not experience the City Council, Gelasque said.
"It's actual the monetary allowance developed and it's not the issue. It developed on the grounds that we never again dump the trash legitimately in Polog (Consolacion)," he said in Cebuano.
Gelasque likewise clarified that they considered the current year's refuse gathering spending plan as a "one-time, no doubt" support, with a noteworthy lump setting off to the buy of 21 waste compactor trucks.
He said the City has procured a private hauler in which it pays the last P700 every hour to convey rubbish from the barangay to an exchange station before continuing to the landfill and another P1,300 for each ton of waste it conveys.
He said the city avenues are free of rubbish between 7 a.m. also, 4 p.m.. On the off chance that there are uncollected trash, these are found in the inside of barangays.
The DPS head it was not up to Garganera to state if the city is perfect or not.
"Give the general population a chance to choose provided that it originates from the councilor, it is politically spurred," Gelasque included Cebuano