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Hall County crews are continuing to work diligently in order to remove fallen trees and limbs from the right of way following recent winter weather events.
As a reminder, crews will only remove debris that fell directly onto the right of way or was cut by utility crews and left on the right of way. Any debris that appears to have been moved from another location onto the right of way will not be removed by Hall County crews.
Hall County employees involved in the effort have worked from 6:45 a.m. until 5:15 p.m. six days a week in all weather conditions in order to handle the massive clean-up effort. Beginning Monday, March 9, crews shifted their work schedule to begin at 7:45 a.m. and end at 6:15 p.m. due to the time change. Inmate labor and heavy equipment has also been heavily utilized. Hall County officials will continue these efforts and reassess the clean-up situation as it progresses.
Anyone with any questions related to storm-related clean-up is asked to contact Hall County Public Works at 770-531-6824.