The first pass for vegetative debris in Zone 10 was reported as complete on November 9th and the second pass began on November 15th and is still underway. The first pass of vegetative debris in Zone 8 and Zone 9 are now being reported as complete as well and a second pass will begin on Wednesday, November 22, 2017.
The first sweep of vegetative debris for all remaining zones is still underway. Attached is a list showing which roads have had some debris removed. Again, the only zones reported complete for first pass are Zones 10, 9 and 8.
Note: after the contractor does a second pass of vegetative debris in each zone, pictures will be taken to confirm that the debris pickup is complete. This is being done to prevent continuous call backs for debris on roads that have been determined as clear. Any vegetative debris placed after the second pass will not be picked up.
The hauler also placed two haul trucks into operation last week to begin picking up construction debris. Examples of construction debris include fencing, carpet, drywall, bricks, concrete, stone, plumbing fixtures, electrical wiring, insulation and similar items used for constructing a home or structure. As reported on Friday, November 17th, piles of construction debris containing any improper items such as garbage, clothing, appliances, household items, etc. WILL NOT BE PICKED UP. If the contractor arrives at your location and finds that other items are mixed in with the construction debris, he will take a picture of the pile and document the address. The contractor will not be coming back to the site again and the debris will become your responsibility.
If you have any questions, please contact the debris hotline at (904) 451-7609 or via e-mail at Nassau@wittobriens.com.
County Manager's Office