The issue of garbage collection has been a hot issue in Fort Shawnee. One that many thought was put to rest. A special meeting was held Wednesday night to decide exactly what is a residence and that any occupied residence will have their trash picked up by Allen County Refuse. Residents at Indian Village mobile home park are not happy with the decision. Some residents are so unhappy with fort officials that Your News Wow found petitions going around seeking to dissolve Fort Shawnee. Residents we spoke with say they don't know who started passing them around. They just know the petitions are being signed. They also feel their voice isn't being heard when they voice their concerns to fort officials. Fort Shawnee resident Dennis Poling said "I think they should give us a bigger notice and give us time to come down and voice our opinions. We have 135 residents in this trailer park ad they don't give us a chance to do anything. This is what you're going to do and you have no choice." Fort officials say that choosing one trash hauler for the fort is something that isn't out of the ordinary and can be found in many communities in our area. "It's created quite a bit of controversy in our community but you can go to Elida, Delphos, Bluffton, Spencerville. They all have contracted hauling. So we don't think we're outside the norm to enter into a contract to have our trash hauling done." said Fort Shawnee president Doug Harris. The next Fort Shawnee council meeting will be August 6th at 8 PM.