Why are miles of Irma debris still sitting on some secluded Miami-Dade streets? (FL)

Two months after Hurricane Irma ripped through South Florida, while debris cleanup efforts have been slow but steady in most parts of Miami-Dade, thousands of homeowners are still dealing with trash that most people can’t see.  The reason? Those homeowners live on private roads and in communities that learned weeks after the storm that they have to give special permission to the county to come clear their streets, based on federal guidelines.      Read the article……………….


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