Hurricane Matthew Update: Storm Debris Collection Areas Announced, 29 Trucks Working Sunday

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trucks out on maintenance will be back Monday

Due to some trucks out for maintenance, there were 29 trucks throughout the county working on vegetative debris collection on Sunday.

Due to some trucks out for maintenance, there were 29 trucks throughout the county working on vegetative debris collection on Sunday.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Due to some trucks out for maintenance, there were 29 trucks throughout the county working on vegetative debris collection on Sunday. Those trucks out on maintenance will be back in service on Monday.

The temporary debris collection site for contractors use in Mims opened 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 Brevard County
– Canaveral Groves and Indian River Boulevard in Cocoa
– Merritt Island
– Port St. John

• South County
– Turtle Mound area of Melbourne
– S. Tropical Trail south of SR520
– South Patrick Shores anbd Satellite Beach

Due to trucks out for maintenane, there are no trucks in Micco or Valkaria

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Crews have started Sunday in the following areas:
– Mims
– Melbourne Village and Sheridan

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

STAY TUNED TO SPACE COAST DAILY FOR UPDATES

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