Michael Debris Cleanup Update
The City has begun to wind down our hurricane debris
pickup. As before, if a contractor is
doing the work, the contractor is responsible for removing the debris. For debris not generated by a contractor, Sunday, March 10 will be the last day to place hurricane-related
construction debris on the right-of-way. The start of the “last pass” for this type of debris will be March 11. When this last pass begins, the haulers will clear your debris and check off your address. You will be responsible for any construction debris after that point. Please make a single pile of debris and keep it all on your property’s right-of-way. If you put it anywhere else, you will be responsible to remove it.
The City will continue to remove vegetative debris. If you have a substantial amount of
vegetative debris to bring to the road, call 871-4283 and schedule it so it can
be picked up as it comes out. We will
let you know with another letter when vegetative debris hauling will
cease. We will then go back to our
standard trash pickup schedules.
Again, it is critical that your debris be placed on the right-of-way no later than March 10 so the haulers can come pick it up. Please don’t delay as debris hauling and disposal is very expensive!
If you have any questions, please contact our Public Works
department at 871-4283.
Rich Musgrave, Mayor