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Storm debris collection sites in Loretto and Raywick will be closing Tuesday, July 7, according to Marion County Judge/Executive John G. Mattingly.
Mattingly wrote that that sites were only allowed to remain open for six month under the permitting process under the EPA's Division of Water and Air Quality. By closing the site, they can be cleared in the next three to four weeks, Mattingly wrote. He added that it will take about that long to grind and haul the collected debris.
Mattingly also encouraged county residents to take advantage of the rare, cool weather in July and the long holiday weekend to take remaining storm debris to the collection sites before they close Tuesday. Cox Interior will start the process of removing the debris from the Raywick Site next week, Mattingly said. He estimated it would take three weeks to clear the Raywick site, then Cox Interior will move to the Loretto site, which he estimated would take a week to clean up.