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News Release

Larimer County Flood Debris Removal Plan Set to Begin Next Week

Department: Board of County Commissioners
Release Date: Nov 19, 2013

Contact Information:

CONTACT:Stephen Gillette, Solid waste Director, 970-498-5762, sgillette@larimer.org
FROM:Deni La Rue, Community Information Manager, 970-498-7150, dlarue@larimer.org

 

The Larimer County Debris Management team met this week with T.F.R. Enterprises Inc., the company awarded a flood waste removal contract with the County, and Leidos Inc., the company who will monitor the debris removal, and FEMA, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, to discuss the plan to remove flood waste from Larimer County maintained roadways. 
 
Larimer County is expected to announce the debris removal plan for affected property owners later this week and begin the project early next week. Please watch the Larimer County Flood 2013 web site at http://larimer.org/flooding2013/ for updated information and instructions. There will be updates and schedules posted there as the cleanup team moves through designated areas. We anticipate having a dedicated phone line set up for affected property owners and will post the number on the web page. 
 
T.F.R.’s contract with Larimer County is for $ is $3,500,000 and the contract with Leidos is for $250,000.
 
 
 
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Comments: (2)

1. Posted by: Dallas12 on Nov 19, 2013 8:39 PM

We live on River Fork Road , Drake which is a County Access Road though not maintained by the county. Will you be picking up debris from our Subdivision (Hayden ) We have no other way of getting rid of everything and we have lot's

Dallas Maurer

2. Posted by: DeniLaRueCIM on Nov 25, 2013 5:02 PM

That road is a non County maintained public road. The County is currently working with FEMA to allow us to include these types of roads in our pick up schedule but has not allowed this for our debris pick up at this time.

Stephen Gillette

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