East Carolina University

September 5, 2011 by USA Post 

East Carolina UniversityEast Carolina University, No holiday today for many public works as Greenville employees will spend Labor Day up messes left by Hurricane Irene.

The Category 1 storm made a slow walk and harmful in eastern North Carolina on August 26 and August 27, killing two people in Pitt County and 2,000 homes and businesses damaged.

The losses also included and 38.8 million to Pitt County crops and 6.6 million damage to private buildings and Greenville and 1.7 million damage at East Carolina University.

Few places were not touched, and tree trunks, branches and other debris still occupy driveways and sidewalks of the city. Public Works Director Wes Anderson said Sunday that the staff is doing the rounds.

Sanitation teams in the division of vegetation in areas now being collected as Kristin Drive, Ashburton, the Court Cleere, Cherry Red Bank and North Oaks.

The street division will focus on Irish Creek area and part of the city, the neighborhood of Windsor.

Ceres Environmental contractor will work in four general areas:

West of Greenville Memorial Drive to the CSX railroad tracks and around 14th Street and Boulevard Farmville Tar River.

East Carolina University’s Near Elm Street and Greenville Boulevard to 10th Street to the river Tar.

A triangle enclosed by Carlos Boulevard, 14th Street and Greenville Boulevard.

The area inside the Boulevard Charles Boulevard Greenville, Calle 14 and Calle Red Banks.

Local contractors who want to work with the company of the city, remains of management can communicate with Aunt Laura, Ceres subcontractor liaison, at 813-333-8254 for information.

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