Springfield commission urges residents to sign up for private property debris removal program

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SPRINGFIELD, Fla. – Springfield commissioners gathered at the city hall for a workshop to highlight key issues.

Nearing a contract removal with EPCI, the commisioners went over the possibility of switching from the building code service company although nothing is set in stone yet.

Another topic of discussion at the workshop was debris clean up.

With the city already having picked up nearly 700,000 cubic yards of material the commission was proud of the progress the city has made but also wanted to remind citizens that there’s still work to do.

“Not the last pass but the final pass is going to be in process for the next two weeks. Come the 29th the big trucks aren’t going to be picking up on the streets anymore. We’re going to dedicate them to the private property debris removal,” said Ralph Hammond, City of Springfield mayor.

To sign up for the city’s private property debris removal program head over to the Springfield city hall on School avenue, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. till 5 p.m.

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