Cleveland Co. crews gear up for 2nd round of cleanup
MOORE, Okla.– The cleanup process has been pretty slow for many communities around the state but Cleveland County authorities say they have been working non-stop and are almost finished with the first round.
Crews have worked seven days a week, 12 hours a day trying to remove everything left behind after the May 20 tornado moved across the county.
Officials say they are almost finished with the first pass and will be starting a second round on July 15.
Residents are asked to move all storm debris to within 10 feet of the road by next Monday.
If you have any questions, call the Cleveland County Commissioner’s Office.
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