Irma Debris Cleanup Has Concluded In Unincorporated Flagler County

By on November 7, 2017 in WNDB News

Flagler County, FL – Flagler County officials have announced the completion of the debris cleanup in the unincorporated part of the County.

37,460 cubic yards (1,581 truckloads) of vegetative storm debris and 887.5 cubic yards (43 truckloads) of construction debris have been collected by Flagler County’s debris haulers.

“We have been working day in and day out to get all of this debris cleared as quickly as possible,” said Amy Kennedy, Flagler County Project Manager. “Flagler County has had to handle debris collection differently from neighboring communities because we weren’t getting the contractor debris teams we needed.  The majority of our collection had to be done by in-house staff.”

On Monday, FDOT made a final run-through of State Road A1A. Residents are asked to not place any new debris out for pickup. If you have debris that exceeds normal household garbage, you are asked to arrange for its collection. Normal Waste Pro garbage collection schedules and guidelines can be found here.

“We are thankful for everyone’s patience with the process, and we are glad to be done,” said Nate McLaughlin, Flagler County Commission Chair.

Photo courtesy of Elena Fernandez Z and Shutterstock.com.

Copyright Southern Stone Communications 2017.

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