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Hurricane Irma Debris Removal Update & FAQs
September 27, 2017
Dear City Resident:
The City of West Palm Beach is now almost halfway through First Pass Debris Collection of ‘Operation Cleanup’—the City’s massive post-hurricane debris removal effort. As of Tuesday, the City had picked up 57,000 cubic yards of material across more than 60% of our City. City efforts included more than 100 City and contract personnel working 12 hours a day and seven days a week shifts to remove an unprecedented amount of debris.
Residents are asked to please be mindful of the following tips for debris removal:
COMMONLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT POST-HURRICANE DEBRIS REMOVAL:
The City thanks you for being patient while we remove debris from our 55-square mile city. Residents will see great progress in the days and weeks ahead!
Department of Public Works
City of West Palm Beach
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