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RANT Citiy cleanup

Streets have had loads of storm damaged materials since the storm, yet the city on a daily basis have employees cleaning up the "money pit" they call a golf course. I for one think the streets and neighborhoods deserve more attention than the golf course. By the time the city gets around to picking up the materials, swales, streets and private yards will be significantly damaged and require financial expenditures by homeowners. I have yet to see any garbage picked up other than normal household trash, the weekly yard waste has not occurred.
 

KathyInAR

Founder
Staff member
It does seem that individuals in their neighborhood where they live and children play should be a priority over a golf course. Did you have limbs or trees down in your yard? I certainly hope that rotting food stuffs have been picked up...I think that would create a significant health hazard.
 

sundealer

Founder
I thought I heard that the county was waiting for a final say from FEMA.

As of Sunday, 526 truckloads of loose vegetative debris, construction and demolition materials had been removed from alongside public streets, and Waste Pro collected bagged debris from all but two neighborhoods in Palm Coast. Those two neighborhoods will be the next priority for bagged debris pickup, officials said.
All parks and trails are now open with the exception of Graham Swamp Trail and Palm Harbor Golf Club course, both of which had a large number of fallen trees. In the meantime, the driving range, practice areas, clubhouse and Canfield’s Restaurant are open at Palm Harbor Golf.
http://www.news4jax.com/news/florida/flagler-county/flagler-county-residents-asked-to
 
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