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**UPDATE** Charlotte County Storm Debris Removal Information
11/22/2017
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For Immediate Release
 

Charlotte County Storm Debris Removal Information


CHARLOTTE COUNTY, Fla. (Nov. 22, 2017) – CrowderGulf is continuing their sweep of storm debris removal from Birchcrest Boulevard and South through Punta Gorda. CrowderGulf has additional storm debris removal crews in the Northeastern section of Punta Gorda and south in the Burnt Store Area.

Public Works crews have finished the final sweep of storm debris removal west of the Myakka. Public Works will continue the final sweep of hurricane debris removal for areas in Port Charlotte.

Storm debris removal on private roads and roads that are not maintained by the county has begun. Contact Public Works to have storm debris removed from a road that is not maintained by the county or is private starting Monday. Public Works will be closed for the holiday weekend.

Public Works will continue to update the storm debris removal map showing the areas where debris has already been collected. To view the Storm Debris Collection information, visit www.CharlotteCountyFL.gov and click Hot Topics, then Storm Debris Collection. The webpage features debris collection instructions, a map showing areas where debris has already been collected and a video highlighting debris collection efforts.

For information, call 941-575-3600. To report debris, visit www.CharlotteCountyFL.gov and click Contact Us. Please report debris only once to avoid duplication of efforts.

The Public Works Department reminds motorists to remain alert at all times and to exercise caution when traveling in the vicinity of workers.

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