WCID110 Debris Removal

From Water Board Director Jerry: We will start debris pickup at the south end of Enchanted Oaks drive at Acorn Tree Friday morning early. We need ALL vehicles off the street so we can get the equipment in there and do it as quick as possible. We will come in from the south, move north and clear Acorn Tree, then the next street, etc., We will need room for an 18 wheel dump truck and a large excavator. That means both sides of the street need to be open so the truck can get beside the loading machine. We will have licensed tow trucks standing by to move vehicles a few feet away to get the stuff loaded and then move them back to where they were. We will also have a constable present to keep dow

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