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WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — The latest winter storm has delayed clean-up of debris left behind by last month’s ice storm.

Officials want folks to be patient with the process.

“Considering the sheer amount of debris we’ve got out here, I’m very pleased with the way they’ve been doing so far,” New Hanover Co. Environmental Management Director Joe Suleyman said. “Just in the short time that we’ve been working, we’ve gotten over 35,000 yards of debris off the ground, and we’ve barely even scratched the surface.”

After clearing the county’s hardest hit areas, officials say they’re about halfway through with the clean-up. They expect the second half to go much more quickly.

They ask if you can remove it yourself, bring it to the New Hanover County Landfill. They’ve sectioned off an area for residents to drop their storm debris off free of charge.

While poor weather conditions like this have pushed back the schedule a few days, the county continues working to clean up the sidewalks.

Comment on this Story

  • JoAnn Dixon

    We don;t have a pick up truck to take this stuff to landfill.I told a santary worker this week. iam losse my patinces..
    The city should have hire another company to pick up this debris.The,
    people are loss there patinces to.

    Don;t print my name just city name

  • Monkey Junction

    Your actual name is listed as your screen name. You can change it easily from your login page.

    You can pick any name you like except for names like PublicAvenger or erikroieg. The lunatic fringe has already claimed those.

    Best of luck to you and keep on posting.

  • guesty

    Perhaps you should have learned after the last time you said “don;t print my name,” as long as you put your name down, it gets posted. But by judging your writing style, it appears you are not the sharpest knife in the drawer.

  • boldizar

    Didnt know the free welfare phones had internet access.


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