City of Murray announces completed streets for debris pick-up | News
MURRAY, KY (KFVS) - The city of Murray announced the brush crew has finished brush and storm pick-up on some streets and will continue work on Tuesday.
The city lists the following streets as being finished:
- Kirkwood (completed south of Glenwood Road)
- Tabard Drive (Canterbury and Spring Creek)
- Spring Creek
- Spring Hill
- Sandy Pine
- Kirkwood (partial)
- Southwest section (area west of 16th and south of Main)
- Northwest section (area west of 12th and north of Main)
- Northeast section (area east of 12th and north of Main)
The city says on Tuesday, June 28 the brush crew will finish Belmont Drive and move to Peggy Ann and Dogwood. They say to date they have disposed of about 102,000 cubic feet, which is roughly about 375,000 pounds, 188 tons or 97 truck loads of chipped storm debris.
Because of the cost of the service, the city says it will only be going through the city one time. Residents who have missed the brush pick-up in their area will need to make arrangements to dispose of the brush at their own expense.
As a reminder, debris needs to be placed as close to the right-of-way as possible without placing it on the sidewalks or drainage areas because the city says it is not allowed to work on private property.
Only material equal to or less than six inches in diameter and six feet in length will be picked up. The city asks that it be stacked as neatly as possible to help speed their progress through the city.
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