David Fitzpatrick saw red when only two of his seven-member family’s five garbage bags were collected from their Dornie Road home Monday. “This is highway robbery,” states the irate taxpayer who was advised this week that North Glengarry had decided to enforce its two-bag garbage limit. Since the Fitzpatricks moved to their home in 2011, the municipality picked up five bags from their home every week. Apparently, the township was being lenient because of the size of the household. However, now the Fitzpatricks have been told that, if they want five bags collected, they will have to purchase three $3 tags. Shown here with his first $9 weekly bill, Mr. Fitzpatrick notes that tags alone will cost the family $468 per year. This additional cost means that he will pay $8,138 to the municipality. This sum includes $7,500 in property taxes and $170 in garbage taxes.