Storm debris removal update for Crisp County
The Crisp County Department of Public Works in conjunction with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will complete its first pass of debris removal on Wednesday, December 12. Roughly 48,387 cubic yards of debris from Hurricane Michael have been picked up so far in Crisp County.
Workers will begin a second pass of debris removal on Thursday, December 20. Residents are encouraged to pile vegetative debris on the right-of-way in front of their homes. Any construction and demolition debris should be piled separately.
Crisp County residents and business owners who have questions about debris removal may call Public Works Director Carl Gamble at 229-276-2650.
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