This week, the contractor also began an assessment of all debris west of I-95 and is determining the best route for collection. We anticipate that the contractor will place additional haul trucks west of I-95 soon.
Due to the widespread amount of debris, the contractor cannot provide an exact schedule for removal, however they began east and are working their way west. They are working 7 days per week from dawn until dusk in an effort to remove the debris quickly. Attached is a list of roads that the hauler has removed debris from so far, however please note that all of the listed roads may not be complete. Large limbs and logs may require additional equipment, therefore, this type of debris may be left behind at first pass. Once all roads have been completely cleared, the contractor will do one final pass to pick up debris that may have been placed in the right of way after their first pass or which may have accidentally been missed by the contractor.
We have asked the contractor to provide this information periodically so that the public can see which areas they've cleared and hopefully help people determine as they are approaching their area. The best advice we can give is to just be ready and know that they will be to you as soon as possible.
If you have any questions, please contact the County Manager's Office at (904) 530-6010 or email email@example.com.
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