Public and private crews are almost finished collecting the debris from the January ice storm. The task has city officials questioning if they’ll continue to have curbside collection of severe storm debris in the future.
Louisville Public Works officials hope to have all of the debris from January’s ice storm picked up next week.
Debris pickup from January’s ice storm will not likely be complete this week.
January’s ice storm left more debris on the ground than Metro Government officials had previously estimated.
Louisville Metro Director of Public Works Ted Pullen says debris pickup from the January ice storm should be complete by the end of next month.
Louisville Metro Councilman Dan Johnson says it’s taking too long for Public Works crews to clean up debris from the September windstorm. The councilman wants the city to hire contractors to speed up the process, despite a tight city budget. Once all the trees that were blocking roads were cleaned up, the Public Works Department… Continue reading Councilman Says Debris Clean-Up Taking Too Long