Storm Debris Pickup Update 9/29

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The first round of storm debris cleanup in the City of Central is nearing an end.  There are only a few areas remaining in the first round of pickups.  For daily updates of areas being cleared, please check out the city’s website at   Debris along state roads will be picked up by DOTD’s contractor, and debris on Parish Rds (Sullivan, Joor Rd north of Hooper, Comite, and Dyer) will be picked up by the City-Parish.
A second round of each street will begin later this week.  Areas that were picked up first in the initial pickup will be picked up first in the second round.  If you have storm debris to be picked up, please place it near the street by Sept. 30.  It is anticipated that the second round of pickup can be completed within 14 days.
Any debris placed out by the street after the second pass is picked up on a street will become the responsibility of the property owner to remove.
Please do not stack debris directly adjacent to the street or in the street.  Please leave at least 3 feet distance between the edge of the street and your debris.   Please do not stack debris near water meters, hydrants, power lines, or driveways.
Logs must be no longer than 10 ft in length and no wider than 24 inches.  Stumps must be cut into similar sized pieces.
Thank you for patience during the cleanup.   Please feel free to forward this to all of your Central neighbors.