Debris removal now in lower Colleton | News | The Press and Standard
by The Press and Standard | October 26, 2016 11:53 am
This week began with the cleanup efforts caused by Hurricane Matthew continuing.
Ashbritt Environmental, the company hired by the county to handle the removal of the debris caused by Hurricane Matthew, has started work at Edisto Beach and in the southern part of the county.
The company has also begun removing the construction and demolition debris in Edisto Beach.
Vegetative debris is being picked up this week in the Hendersonville, Roadside, Jonesville, Public Landing, Green Pond, White Hall, Ritter and the portion of South Waterboro located outside the city limits.
Colleton County Engineer Carla Harvey reported that three roads near the Edisto River — Cannon Road, Happiness Lane and Long Creek Landing Lane — remain closed due to flooding and/or washouts.