Storm recovery efforts continue in many parts of Lucas County, picking up debris following the severe storm on July 5.
"We're a little over half way through. We're accumulating 600 cubic yards per day," said Sylvania Township Public Works Manager Greg Huffman.
Huffman says home owners are doing their part to help the process, which could continue until mid-August.
"Piling the brush in an organized manner, separating certain limbs away, great cooperation with the property owners," Hoffman added.
Springfield Township Public Service Manager Mike Hampton says there's still time for people to bring their debris to the curb.
"I'm anticipating an August 3 closure, that's the message we want to get to our residents. Get your brush out before August 3," said Hampton.
As soon as the debris gets cleaned up, those crews will be able to focus on other work that's stacking up.
"We do a lot of curb and asphalt repair, we did break away from that", says Hampton. "Pothole repair is on the back burner. We'll reintroduce that once we complete the brush pick up," said Huffman.
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