County Debris Removal

LIBERTY, December 15, 2017 - Quick update on the debris removal operation. Our contractors are working to complete the process,however,the rain slowed things for a couple of days, and with rain in the weekend forecast, we could see another short period of inactivity.

Right now crews are back in the north end of Liberty County finishing up final runs in that area, while the south end site in Moss Bluff is drying out.

Crews have been requested to try and get as much of the Hull area and the Moss Bluff area ( along with other locations in between) as quickly as possible. The contractor has advised they will work towards that goal as soon as the temporary Moss Bluff location is dry enough to resume operations.

Bottomline is that we have not forgotten anyone and will continue to work towards completion of the debris removal process.

In a county of nearly 1200 square miles it is a daunting task to remove eligible debris in a timely and cost effective manner,however,we will continue the task and we appreciate the patience of all those affected by Harvey.

We have had a few folks ask if they are allowed to hire someone to remove their debris and the answer is yes, however, if you want the county to remove the eligible debris, simply leave it on the right of way and we will continue to work to get it removed.


Tom Branch
EMC
Liberty County OEM

 

 
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