Hurricane Matthew Update: Monday Storm Debris Collection Areas Announced

By  //  October 24, 2016

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There are 16 trucks (10 tandem) collecting vegetative debris from Hurricane Matthew operating north of Pineda Causeway and 33 trucks south of Pineda Causeway today, Oct. 24. (Image for SpaceCoastDaily)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – There are 16 trucks (10 tandem) collecting vegetative debris from Hurricane Matthew operating north of Pineda Causeway and 33 trucks south of Pineda Causeway today, Oct. 24.

Waste Management will be resuming collection of small yard waste debris piles of one-half cubic yard or less. Also, additional resources are being added for debris collection efforts in south Brevard County.

Crews are continuing work in the following areas:
North County
East Cocoa – west of Indian River Boulevard
West Cocoa — including Lake Poinsette and Maplewood Lakes, heading east
Merritt Island (between SR528 and SR520, north of SR528)
Merritt Island — New Found Harbor Drive (Banana River Drive) and Summer Creek
Port St. John
Mims, trucks started at Parrish and have been moving north and west of I-95 along SR46, and north of W. Main on Holder
Sharpes
Suntree Estates — Started at Pineda and St. Andrews.

Starting today
Windover Farms in Titusville — starting in the north and working south
West Viera — Summers Lake

New areas anticipated with the next 48 hours:
Unincorporated Cape Canaveral
Unincorporated Cocoa

South County
Turtle Mound, Windover and Carolwood areas of Melbourne
Ballard Park area of Melbourne
Sheridan area of Melbourne
Satellite Beach
Melbourne Beach and South Beaches
West Melbourne
Malabar
Indian Harbour Beach was started today

New areas anticipated with the next 48 hours:
Bry-lynn Drive in West Melbourne
Micco will resume
South of Ballard Park Area (East of Apollo and South of US1)

Crews have finished first pass:
Great Outdoors
West Canaveral Groves
Flamingo Lane, Melbourne Beach
Melbourne Village

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The County crews will make two passes throughout the county and cities that have entered into Interlocal Agreement for yard waste collection and one pass for construction debris. The county will notify the public when the first pass has been completed.
Contractor are also collecting storm debris along A1A.
SO far, an estimated 90,000 cubic yards of storm debris have been collect. Estimated amoutn of storm debris left by Hurricane Matthew: 320,000 cubic yards.

The Interlocal Agreement for debris collection includes:
Melbourne Village (possibly finished in three days)
Melbourne
Malabar
Satellite Beach
Indialantic
Cocoa
West Melbourne
Grant-Valkaria
Indian Harbour Beach
Melbourne Beach (Flamingo Lane — debris removed to accommodate road work)

Debris collection sites for hurricane debris contractors’-use only:
Central Disposal Facility
Mims (temporary site)
North Merritt Island (temporary site)
Sarno Landfill
Valkaria Airport (temporary site)
South Beaches Waste Water Facility (temporary site.)

Amendment to Boundary Lines effective 10/24/2016
The original lines of responsibilities are amended as follows:
From the West to the East
Pineda Causeway to Wickham Road
Wickham Road south to Aurora Road
Aurora Road east to US1
US1 north to Parkway Drive
Parkway Drive to Indian River — follow shoreline to Pineda Causeway
Pineda Causeway to the Atlantic Ocean

Department of Transportation will be conducting road clearing and damage assessment at the following locations:
Interstate 95
SR528 Causeway
SR192 Causeway
SR520 Causeway
SR518 Causeway
SR404 Causeway
SR528 Causeway
SR528 (Beachline)
SRA1A
US1 south of 518
US192
US1
US50
SR520
SR518
SR46
SR514
SR3
SR513
SR401
SR405
SR406
SR407
SR524
SR519
SR507
SR508

Officials remind residents, please keep your piles of vegetative debris and construction debris separate Also, do not put yard debris on the roadway, in the swale or other drainage easement.


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