Manatee County leaders released a map of where crews are currently picking up storm debris from Hurricane Irma.
MANATEE COUNTY, Fla. - Manatee County leaders released a map of where crews are currently picking up storm debris from Hurricane Irma.
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County leaders said they’ve collected about 115,000 cubic yards so far, but they still have about about a million more yards to collect.
"The bottom-line is that there is a lot and this is unprecedented and with all counties being impacted by debris we are vying for the same resources,” said Manatee County spokesperson Amy Pilson.
Wilson said forty-two crews are picking up debris. She said some crews are even working the weekends, but she didn’t have a timetable for when all debris would be collected.
The storm cleanup will cost the county about $30 million.