A Special Brush Cleanup Program will begin in Warrensburg Monday morning at 7 a.m. Click to hear KMZU’s Sarah Scott speak with Public Works Director Marvin Coleman.
Coleman said the estimated completion date for the clean up is Friday. The pick ups will start on the east side of the city and proceed to the west. “Basically residents need to have their brush cut the proper length, which doesn’t exceed four feet, and have it stacked neatly at the curb by Monday morning. We won’t allow anything larger than 8 inches in diameter, and we also won’t take limbs that have been cleared out by a tree trimming contractor. This has to be for the residents only.”
He said the cause of the additional brush removal is the snow storm on May 3rd, which caused a lot of limbs to fall in the community. “We want to help residents get their yards cleared to make the community look a lot better for the weekend, and also for them to be able to mow their lawns.”
Marvin said the city is lucky to have been able to extend their contract with the company who did the previous clean up. “We hope everyone will take advantage of this additional clean up.”
The cost of the job will be around $9,000.00.