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Update on Debris Removal from Hurricane Matthew

 

Long-term Schedule:

 

The focus is still to complete a first pass of debris collection for the whole county by the first week of November. The goal for completion of the work is still mid-December at this time.

 

Current Schedule week of 10/28:

 

Zone 4 – James Island (9 trucks)

Riverland Terrace area: 2 trucks for vegetative debris committed. à 2 trucks confirmed

Green Acres and Woodland Shores area: 2 trucks for vegetative debris committed. à 2 trucks confirmed

Camp Road Estates area: 2 trucks for vegetative debris committed. à 2 trucks confirmed

 Fort Johnson Road: 1 trucks for vegetative debris committed. à 1 trucks confirmed

Clearview Area: 1 truck for vegetative debris committed. à 1 truck confirmed for vegetative debris

Country Club II/Bel Air areas: 1 truck for vegetative debris committed. à 1 truck confirmed for vegetative debris

 

Next Priorities Based on Debris amounts:

Julian Clark Neighborhood

Habor Woods Neighborhood

 Dills Bluff Road

Leadwood / Piccadilly

 

 

Consolidated Map:

Charleston County will be issuing a consolidated map on Monday, Oct. 31st, showing the break-down of pick-up zones and where pick-up has been completed by the Charleston County Debris Removal Contractors, James Island Public Service District, and the City of Charleston.

 

 

 

Posted by Robin Sanders Friday, October 28, 2016 4:35:00 PM

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