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Debris removal changes announced

By Staff
Special to The Star
October 20, 2004
In an effort to speed up the process of removing debris left by Hurricane Ivan, Meridian is instituting a change in the pick-up schedule.
For neighborhoods in which some debris has already been removed, the second pickup will begin Monday. Residents in these neighborhoods should haul their remaining debris to the street by the end of the weekend.
In neighborhoods in which Poor Boy Tree Service or its subcontractors have not already removed some debris, the second pickup will begin the Monday after the first sweep.
For example, if the first debris collection is next week, the second pickup will begin Nov. 1. If the first pickup occurs the week of Nov. 1, the second pickup will begin on Nov. 8.
As soon as the hurricane cleanup has been completed in a neighborhood, Waste Management will resume its normal yard waste weekly collection.

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