Company hired to cleanup El Reno storm debris
EL RENO, Okla.–Residents in areas that were hard hit by the May storms are still waiting for debris to be cleaned up.
The City of El Reno announced that because of the overwhelming amount of debris, city leaders have hired a company to complete the cleanup.
The company will begin picking up limbs and debris this week and continue through July 25.
All items must be piled separately along the road and not under power lines.
Officials say addresses will not be taken at city hall since city employees are not the ones handling the cleanup.
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