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After Hurricane Harvey made landfall along the Texas Gulf coast many communities were left with devastating losses
Harvey might not have directly hit Corpus Christi as models once predicted, but the storm still left plenty of trash and debris for residents and city staff to contend with.
City spokeswoman Kim Womack said Saturday city staff spent the day assessing damage. Final damage assessments are expected Sunday, and from their the city will develop a plan to get all arterial collector streets open and cleared of debris.
“So you’re going to see every department is going to be progressing toward getting back to complete normal operations,” Womack said.
“We hope sooner than later,” spokeswoman DeAnna McQueen said.
Womack urged residents to take care of their personal property, whether it be fences or shrubbery or tree limbs that are down. She said the city will have special collection times for that sort of debris, but the dates and times have not been set yet. She said she anticipates announcements about those collections soon.