(Cleveland)- Earlier this year Hurricane Irma blew down lots of trees in the White County area, many of those trees were in or near roadways. Following the storm the White County Board of Commissioners contracted with SDR Debris Removal to clean up the mess.
White County Public Safety Director David Murphy reported last week that the county had collected over 8,900 cubic yards of vegetative debris from county right of ways. Murphy said the debris, located along the Appalachian Parkway north of Cleveland was closed following the disposal of the debris, and the property was returned back over to the property owner.
According to Murphy, more information on total costs associated with the clean-up will be forthcoming over the next few weeks.