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DPW – Roads and Solid Waste Division Special Operating Procedures
July 25, 2017 - July 29, 2017 - Tornado Recovery & Clean-up
County Roads crews will be continuing storm debris removal this week on roadways in the tornado impact area including, Bay City, Northern Route 8 area, Harbor View, Thompson Creek Road and Marion Quimby Drive. In addition, the following temporary operating procedures will be available to citizens in the affected storm area:
TREES, LIMBS, BRUSH, YARD WASTE
Residents and their Contractors may use the Batts Neck and Grasonville Convenience Centers (transfer stations) to dispose of yard waste storm debris. This includes downed trees, tree limbs, brush, stumps, and chipped yard waste. No fees or tickets will be charged for yard waste storm debris during the cleanup period.
CONSTRUCTION & DEMOLITION DEBRIS
Residents only may deliver storm related construction & demolition debris for disposal at Batts Neck and Grasonville Transfer Stations. This includes lumber, shingles, glass, metal and other general storm damaged building materials with no volume restrictions. Residents must use their ticket books for disposal of these materials.
Hours of operation for both locations has been expanded for the remainder of this week as follows:
Batts Neck Transfer Station - Tuesday, July 25 thru Saturday, July 29 from 8am-4pm.
Grasonville Transfer Station - Tuesday, July 25 thru Saturday, July 29 from 8am-4pm.
Questions ? please contact the Department of Public Works 410-758-0920 or visit us on Facebook at Queen Anne’s County Public Works
Other disposal options include R.B. Baker & Sons, Inc. - Rubble Landfill, at 501 4-H Park Road, Queenstown, MD. R.B. Baker & Sons accepts both residential and commercial loads, Monday – Friday, 7am-3:30pm, Saturday 8am-12pm. Contact number is 410-827-8831.