State asks property owners not to put debris in right of way
By The Staff
Monday, May 18, 2009 at 7:00 pm
State forces and contractors have been working to clean up the debris left behind from the January ice storm.
After the initial pass through, contractors will not make additional trips. Any debris that was not removed during the initial pick up will be the responsibility of residents and business owners.
The Transportation Cabinet is asking property owners not to place additional debris on state right of way. Work schedules may be impacted by weather conditions.
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