HURRICANE MATTHEW UPDATE: Saturday Storm Debris Collection Underway

By  //  October 15, 2016

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Keep Brevard Beautiful will be assisting with beach cleanup from Hurricane Matthew.

Currently, 37 trucks throughout the county working on vegetative debris collection today, Saturday, Oct. 15.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Currently, 37 trucks throughout the county working on vegetative debris collection today, Saturday, Oct. 15.

The temporary debris collection site for contractors use in Mims will open on Sunday.

The temporary disposal site for the contractors use on Merritt Island is pending board approval next week and will be open to the contractors mid- to -late next week.

Crews are continuing work in the following areas:
North County
Canaveral Groves, Friday Road, Cox Road, and the north and south ends of Indian River Blvd, Cocoa.
Merritt Island south of 520
Port St. John will likely be completed today.

South County
Starting at the South County line moving north through Micco and Valkaria
Melbourne area east of Lake Washington

Crews have started today in the following areas:
Merritt Island north of 520
Satellite Beach moving south

Collection in Mims will start tomorrow, Oct. 16

The Interlocal Agreement for debris collection includes:
Town of Melbourne Village
City of Melbourne
Town of Malabar
Satellite Beach
Indialantic
City of Cocoa
West Melbourne
Grant-Valkaria
Indian Harbor
Melbourne Beach


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