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January 18, 2022

Crews pulling derecho debris from Marion waterways

Orignally published by The Gazette

Gage Miskimen

MARION - Clearing Marion's waterways of trees and branches downed by last year's derecho is expected to cost about $20 million and take months.

City Public Service Director Ryan Miller said that between Indian, Dry and Squaw creeks in Marion, more than 500,000 cubic yards of debris is being removed.

'The goal is to have everything completed by June,” Miller said. The cost is eligible for reimbursement from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, he said.

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August 26, 2021

SDR Rapid Response to Deadly Flash Flooding in WNC

Orignally published as Haywood County contracts 2 companies for debris removal following flooding by WLOS ABC13 News

Anjali Patel

HAYWOOD COUNTY, N.C (WLOS) — On Thursday, Aug. 26, the Haywood County Board of Commissioners held an emergency meeting to discuss the impacts of Tropical Storm Fred, debris removal, and getting displaced people back into their homes.

Commissioners voted to enter into contracts with DebrisTech, LLC and Southern Disaster Recovery, LLCS, for debris removal management and monitoring.

Chip Patterson with Southern Disaster Recovery said they anticipate beginning debris removal Friday afternoon.

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December 2, 2020

SDR Emergency Beach Work in NC

Orignally published as Oak Island dune push, sand-sifting to proceed by The State Port Pilot

Lee Hinnant

Final dune pushing and sand-sifting is slated to happen soon on Oak Island. Contractors are also pulling sand from the shoaled shipping channel onto Bald Head Island this winter, then later placing sand from Jay Bird Shoals onto eroded portions of Oak Island.

Oak Island signed the “notice to proceed” Monday with Southern Disaster Recovery for sifting and placement of overwashed sand, said Town Manager David Kelly. The work involves cleaning debris-laden sand at beach access areas from Middleton Avenue heading west to around 30th to 33rd Place West, he said. Debris from the sand will go to the landfill, and placement of sand should begin by the end of the week of December 7-11, he said.

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