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Hilton Head Island's prime contractor for storm debris removal is CrowderGulf Disaster Recovery and Debris Management. On Oct. 27, 2016, we visited the company's temporary debris management site at Honey Horn, which — along with Chaplin Park — is where all the vegetative debris from Hurricane Matthew is taken for disposal. While there, we spoke with project manager Wilber Ledet about how the project is coming and how long islanders can expect it to take for all the storm debris to be removed. Jay Karr The Island Packet
Hilton Head Island's prime contractor for storm debris removal is CrowderGulf Disaster Recovery and Debris Management. On Oct. 27, 2016, we visited the company's temporary debris management site at Honey Horn, which — along with Chaplin Park — is where all the vegetative debris from Hurricane Matthew is taken for disposal. While there, we spoke with project manager Wilber Ledet about how the project is coming and how long islanders can expect it to take for all the storm debris to be removed. Jay Karr The Island Packet

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