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Traffic Advisory: CrowderGulf Contracted to Assist With Storm Debris Removal
11/15/2017
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Traffic Advisory

CrowderGulf Contracted to Assist With Storm Debris Removal;
Public Works Crews will Begin Final Sweep of Debris Removal


CHARLOTTE COUNTY, Fla. (Nov. 14, 2017) – CrowderGulf is contracted to continue the first sweep of storm debris removal from Birchcrest Boulevard and South through Punta Gorda. They have already begun the removal process in the Birchcrest area at this time. CrowderGulf will have an additional storm debris removal crew in the Peace River Shores subdivision of Punta Gorda.

Public Works crews will begin second/final sweep of storm debris removal Wednesday, Nov. 15 on Manasota Key. Public Works will continue the final sweep of hurricane debris removal for areas west of the Myakka River, and move east toward Birchcrest Boulevard.

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 site, visit www.CharlotteCountyFL.gov and click Hot Topics, then Storm Debris Collection. The site will feature debris collection instructions, a map showing areas where debris has already been collected and a video highlighting debris collection efforts.

Travelers may experience intermittent, slow moving traffic and/or temporary delays.

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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