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The announcement comes as the San Diego Association of Governments has been mired in scandal — including billions in bungled revenue projections and questions about whether there was an attempt to cover it up.
But ultimately, the extensive lists of contaminants and the city's bungled education campaign may have resulted in a general recycling aversion.
A glaring example: the city’s commercial trash contract, the result of a bungled bidding process by the city manager and commission, has drawn the wrath of the oversight board.
Borrowers frequently complain about opaque, sloppy and bungled service from the companies hired to collect their payments.
Without Trump’s rules of engagement, the bungled effort to soothe a mourning widow could easily have been resolved with a simple statement of clarification from the president.
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