Dare no longer picking up Hurricane I...

Dare no longer picking up Hurricane Irene debris

There are 1 comment on the The Virginian-Pilot story from Nov 10, 2011, titled Dare no longer picking up Hurricane Irene debris. In it, The Virginian-Pilot reports that:

Any remaining Hurricane Irene storm debris that wasn't picked up from the right of way in the roads in unincorporated Dare County will have to be taken to the county dumping sites in Buxton and Manns Harbor.

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Surviving

Kenly, NC

#1 Feb 8, 2012
Yea Everyone was given 3 months to get it all out to the side of the road. I was a monitor for the trucks, we worked for 3 months, visted every road 3 times

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