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SCDOT to perform all debris removal and disposal within Aiken city limits

Thursday, April 3, 2014 5:13 PM
Last updated 9:10 PM
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The South Carolina Department of Transportation will perform all debris removal and disposal operations within Aiken city limits, officials announced Thursday.

“This revised scope supersedes my April 1 letter as SCDOT will include the state roads within the historical central district,” Aiken City Manager Richard Pearce said. “It remains our intent to keep all costs associated with operations conducted by SCDOT FEMA-eligible. Finally, it is still my understanding that SCDOT contractors will not perform any cutting operations within the city limits.”

Call (803) 641-7665 regarding questions or concerns about debris removal.

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Little Lamb 04/03/14 - 05:33 pm
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I'm sure South Carolina taxpayers are glad to pitch in and help the Aikenites. Of course, they have no choice in the matter.

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