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Debris pick-up in Camilla

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March 26, 2003

Camilla - Curbside debris pick-up has started for Mitchell County tornado victims. It's a team effort, Forestry Commission and Department of Corrections have already cut and loaded debris.

Now, Department of Transportation workers are picking up trees and wood to be burnt at a temporary dumpsite on Goodson Road.

The rest of the debris is being picked up by Storm Reconstruction Services out of Alabama and hauled to Thomasville.

The county hired SRS for $31 a ton. SRS also cleaned up Camilla tornado debris in 2000.

posted at 6:25PM by kathryn.simmons@walb.com

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