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Large vegetation debris pick up to begin

From the Town of Fort Myers Beach

September 27, 2017
Fort Myers Beach Bulletin, Fort Myers Beach Observer

This is an important message from The Town of Fort Myers Beach concerning hurricane clean up.

As of today, September 27, 2017 we have received the final clearance for large horticultural & vegetation debris collection to commence.

The contractors will start at the North end of Estero Island and will proceed southward.

In an effort to keep the drainage, road, wastewater and waterline project progressing expeditiously there may be some diversion from the schedule to facilitate these contractors work. ?

This will be a lengthy process so do not assume that your street was missed; but feel free to check the Town's website, Facebook page or call Town Hall for daily updates. ?

Only Horticultural debris that can be visually verified will be collected. Debris needs to be separated from trash and garbage. Yard waste and debris must be prepared in accordance with county ordinance before it is set out for collection.

Advance Disposal will also be providing their normal waste collection services including horticultural that adheres to their standard rules for collection.

Please visit www.leegov.com/solidwaste/post-hurricane-debris-action-guidelines for more details.

 
 

 

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