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Update on debris removal
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The following is an update from the city of Hinesvlle's public relations manager Brittany McClure:

Crowder Gulf (CG) will complete their first pass through the City this Friday, October 28. This means they will have been down every street and removed any debris that was on the right-of-way.


They will move out in to the unincorporated area of the county and the other municipalities to focus their work after that time.


CG will move back in to the City of Nov. 11 to begin their second pass through the City. The period between Oct. 28 and Nov. 14 will give residents an opportunity to get more of the storm related debris out by the roadside for a more efficient removal operation.


The City will resume normal dry trash removal on Monday, Oct. 31. Everything but obvious storm debris will be picked up.


If you feel you have been missed in CG's first pass, message your name, telephone number and street address.


Large stumps are purposely being left behind. They will be picked up by different equipment and will be picked up last.


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