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Flood debris pickup continues

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MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - The South Carolina Department of Transportation announced debris pickup will continue in four counties. 

Contractors working for the South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) to pick up flooding debris are working in the following counties on Tuesday, October 20:

  • Dorchester County – Debris pickups along Harrison in the Tranquil Estates neighborhood and the Summerwood subdivision.
  • Lexington County – Debris clean-up in the Pine Glen and Coldstream subdivisions.
  • Richland County – Debris removal in the Arcadia Lakes and Lower Richland areas.
  • Sumter County – Crews will be picking up in the Tudor Place area south of US 378, the Swan Lake area and Sassafras Drive.

Property owners are reminded to separate debris into categories noted on the chart. Also note that contractors are collecting debris by category, so not all debris may be taken away at one time. Contractors will make return trips to gather the categorized items.
The illustration for debris pickup guidelines is available in this link:

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