Houston County picking up storm debris in certain locations

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HOUSTON COUNTY, Ala. (WDHN) — Houston County plans to pick up storm debris for free where the only reported tornado happened during the Wiregrass’ last major storms.

Debris on on Cedar Springs all the way to Elizabeth Road will be picked up but only storm debris like limbs and trees.

Household goods will not be included as debris.

“If you’re on any of those roads that are highlighted we are going to pick that debris up,” Houston County Commissioner Brandon Shoupe said. “Put it out by the road we’re going to pick it up as soon as possible. Now if you’re outside of that area, we will go look at picking it up but it’s going to be on a case by case bases.”

Road included in the clean up are:

  • Cedar Springs Road
  • County Road 33 North
  • Edsel Deese Road
  • King Road
  • Elizabeth Road
  • Nuclear Plant Road
  • County Road 75 North
  • Hunter Road
  • Macedonia Church Road
  • Hollis Meadows Road
  • Goodson Road

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