Group removes 152 tons of debris from...

Group removes 152 tons of debris from area waterways after Ike

There are 1 comment on the KHOU-TV Houston story from Feb 3, 2009, titled Group removes 152 tons of debris from area waterways after Ike. In it, KHOU-TV Houston reports that:

Before Hurricane Ike, the Clear Creek Environmental Foundation had removed 110 tons of debris from area waterways since its founding in 1999.

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Jackrabbit

Seabrook, TX

#1 Mar 15, 2009
Thank goodness for all that helped. Everyone needs to help and pickup, cleanup what they can. Texans are like no one else ( at least compared to some others who waited for someone to do it for them.)

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